Kids can learn to paint with two UAE school teachers

Primary students can test their artistic skills by following these two instructional videos

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Two UAE school teachers have shared fun painting activities for arty kids to try.

The two instructional videos, which can be followed by little kiddos who have a passion for art and painting, were shared with Time Out UAE Kids so that mini artists can whip out their paint brushes to create a masterpiece worthy of a spot on the fridge in the kitchen.

Janet Skelton is a Foundation Stage 2 teacher at JESS Jumeirah in Dubai and her video is aimed at kids in early years education.
Little ones can follow Skelton's step-by-step instructions as she teaches them how to paint a mosque at sunset using watercolours.

Follow the video here.

Older primary school children with a passion for art, can enjoy their own creative task as they follow a video by GEMS Wellington Primary School.

Natalie Kaye Aspinall, assistant principal – curriculum and assessment at the Jumeirah-based school encourages budding Picassos to follow her instructions as she guides them through the process of making a family tree.

Using watercolours, Aspinall's video is perfect for any wannabe artists looking to brush (yes, we did that on purpose) up on their painting skills.

Follow the video here.

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