The 21 templates are broken up into 3 stages that support drawing development. The templates teach kids how to draw shapes and symbols then progress by teaching them how to put those shapes together to make people, animals and characters.
In Stage 1 (Templates 1-6), simple geometric shapes, such as circles, triangles and squares, are a key component of a kid’s developmental drawing skills.
In Stage 2 (Templates 7-12), we take what was learned in Stage 1 and build upon those skills by adding slightly more context to their art. Kids will begin to understanding spatial relationships, new shapes/symbols, repetition and defining a subject or character.
In Stage 3 (Templates 13-21), kids will now have a fair understanding of the basics of drawing and how objects relate to one another by use of new techniques like overlapping, foreshortening and scale. In this stage, their new attention to detail aids in their goal to achieve a more realistic drawing.