Psychologists believe that the drawing of the school says a lot about the child's attitude to the learning process: what scares him, what he likes, whether there are any difficulties.
Both parents and teachers are useful to ask the child to draw the place where the child is studying.
You will need
- Pencils, fantasy
If you were given an assignment to draw a school at the lesson,Then you can approach this process either literally or with a share of creativity. A literal approach means drawing the school building. Here you do not need a special fantasy, you just need to reproduce on paper the look of your school. Of course, it is unlikely to be able to depict the whole building on a small sheet, but you can draw only a part of it. For example, the central entrance and part of the schoolyard. Make this fragment as close as possible to the original. Count the number of steps on the school porch, consider the location of the windows, the shape of the door, all the posters and stands at the main entrance. Do not forget about the inscription, which will tell what exactly is depicted in your drawing.
Creative approach can be viewed from twoParties. First, you can draw not the school itself, but the school process. For example, draw a school class with desks, students sitting behind them, a teacher at the blackboard. Draw a lesson in the dynamics: let someone from the students pull their hand, someone flips through the textbook, someone standing, answers the lesson. So the picture will be more expressive.
Secondly, creatively approaching the task of drawingSchool, you can portray an off-the-shelf school. For example, you can call the drawing "School of the Future ?. Connect the imagination and draw the school that you can imagine: in space, on the moon, on the airplane. Or a school, in which each class has several thousand students: they all study remotely, sending completed assignments via electronic channels, and special robot teachers check them. Remember that the psychology of the drawing by the children of the school determines their true attitude to learning. Use bright colors, avoid the abundance of gray and black, and your drawing will certainly be rated for the "five".