Stimulate those brains! Screen time isn't just for watching TV. Come draw with Young Rembrandts and get the benefits of developing vocabulary, fine motor skills and art techniques. Can’t wait to draw with you! January: images include a winter bird, groovy giraffes, Claudette Colvin, and stylish dogs. Students will draw with patterns, practice using contrasting colors, learn about a civil rights activist, and create a collection of cartoon-inspired characters. February: images include a scorpion, funny food, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, and wild monkeys. Students will practice proportion, differentiate foreground and background elements, learn about a legendary musician, and create cartoon characters. March: images include an ice cream sundae, pop art frog, Wilma Rudolph, and funny bunnies. Students will practice still life drawing, learn about pop culture influence on art, create a portrait, and use compositional skills. April: images include tool still life, butterfly, comic book art, helmet heads. Students will create a balanced composition, practice contrast with bold colors, draw comic book art, and learn to draw different emotions. Notes: Unique links will be sent to the email address used to register. You can access the video by logging in with your email address. Students will be able to watch the video at their convenience, pausing when needed. The video can be viewed up to five times. Simple supplies are needed- 8.5"x11" paper, pencil, Crayola broad tip markers, eraser, black Sharpie marker.