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Online traditional art forms classes for kids where they get to learn madhubani art and mythological art

Traditional Art Forms

by Nidhi Agarwal

Starting on  3 Jul


6 AM

Sun, Mon, Tue

12 Classes


Overview

Classes

Description

Age: 8-12 yrs

Do you want to improve your child's artistic abilities? The 'Traditional Art Forms' program provides a fantastic opportunity for kids to channel their inner Picasso. The program is broken down into two modules: Mythological Art with Number and Alphabet and Madhubani Art. Kids will enjoy creating simple artwork while honing their motor skills and creative expression skills.

Creativity
Imagination power
Love for art
Motor skills

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

01

Become Acquainted with Indian Culture

Kids will learn mythological stories and symbolism while creating Mythological and Madhubani Art, and as a result, they will learn a lot about Indian culture.

02

Develop Creativity and Artistic Expression

Through Mythological and Madhubani Art, our mentor will tremendously inspire children to broaden their creative horizons and strengthen their artistic expression.

03

Improve Patience

Since art requires precision and persistence, children's patience grows, and they begin to learn how to draw lines and fill colours precisely.

Mentor Details

Nidhi Agarwal

Nidhi Agarwal

Art instructor with 12+ years mentoring kids

Nidhi Agarwal is a mentor for Art and Craft. Her 10 years of experience as a Montessori certified teacher helps her develop an engaging connection with the children, almost in no-time.

Finance Executive

Certified Montessori Teacher

Running Pre school from past 12 years

Finance Executive

Certified Montessori Teacher

Running Pre school from past 12 years

Mythological Art with Number and Alphabet

6 classes

6 Classes

Session 1: Easy Art of Lord Ganesha with Number and Alphabet

In this session, you will learn to make Lord Ganesha using Alphabet U and Number 7 in a unique way. In a 50-minute-long class, Nidhi Ma’am will teach this art using water and poster colour.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White watercolour sheet A4 size or even Plain A4 sheet (Thick Sheet) (1 Qty)
  • Black permanent marker
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Poster colors or watercolours (Light Green / Dark Green / Black / Yellow)
  • Brush (thick and thin)
  • A glass of water
  • Color Palette
  • Rough handkerchief or tissue
  • Rough newspaper


Session 2: Lingam (Shivlinga)

In this session , your child will learn to paint a Shivlinga using the alphabets r, u, and c, as well as the numbers 11 , 0 and sleeping lines. Nidhi Ma'am will teach you how to paint with watercolours and brushes in a simple step-by-step method.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White watercolour sheet of A4 size (preferred) or plain paper or drawing sheet (1 Qty)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Black marker
  • Poster colors (Black, blue, white)
  • Brush (thick and thin)
  • A glass of water
  • Tissue paper or rough cloth
  • Small lid to make a circle
  • Color palette
  • White gel pen (optional)


Session 3: Gautam Buddha (Part -1)

In this session, Nidhi Ma'am will teach our young artists how to draw Gautam Buddha's basic shapes using the alphabets V, U, C, as well as the numbers 11, 3, and also curvy lines and semi-circles. They will also learn how to use a scale to make measuring points on the big sheet so that the drawing is in the centre and the structure is exact.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White sheet of A3 size (1 Qty)
  • Permanent black marker
  • Brush pens (preferred) or sketch pen or crayons or pencil colours
  • Big Scale
  • Compass
  • A big circular plate or bowl to make a circle
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Big Scale and Sharpener)


Session 4: Gautam Buddha (Part - 2)

This session is a continuation of Gautam Buddha's artwork Part 1 from the previous session. Using pencil colours and a Brush pen, Nidhi Ma’am will teach kids the important and simple techniques of colouring, shading, and strokes to complete the artwork.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • Previous session sheet to continue
  • Brush pens & Sketchpens can also be used - colours Black, red, and blue
  • Permanent black marker
  • Pencil colours or crayons (skin colour or dull yellow and light brown shade)


Finale : Lord Krishna Abstract Art (Part - 1)

This Finale session will be split into two parts. In this session, learn to make the basic shape of Lord Krishna in an abstract way using alphabets O, W, P, S, U, C, and numbers 7. Also, learn how to draw curvy and sleeping lines in a simple way. Nidhi will teach kids how to make a simple black border to highlight the painting and give it a professional look.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • A3 size watercolour sheet
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Permanent black marker (Thick Point)
  • Poster colours or watercolours
  • Thick and thin brush (flat and round)
  • Sketch pens
  • Glass of water
  • Color palette
  • Tissue paper or Rough Cloth & rough newspaper


Finale : Lord Krishna Abstract Art (Part - 2)

You will complete the previous Lord Krishna Abstract Art artwork in this session. Nidhi Ma'am teaches children how to begin colouring from the top to down in order to avoid colour blending while using posters and watercolours. To complete the painting, the children will learn different strokes such as round, up and down, and inside and outside strokes.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White watercolour sheet of A3 size (1 Qty) (continued from the previous session of Lord Krishna Abstract art Part 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Permanent black marker (optional)
  • Poster colours or watercolours
  • Thick and thin brush (flat and round)
  • Sketch pens
  • A glass of water
  • Water dropper
  • Color palette
  • Tissue paper or Rough Cloth

NOTE: Please keep any Thick Material or Notebook or Surface handy to put below the painting so that the painting does not get any creases or gets rounded off.


Madhubani Art

6 classes

6 Classes

Session 1 : Let's Make A Fish Art Bookmark

In this session, kids will learn to make a stunning Fish bookmark. The mentor will use vibrant, bright, and eye-catchy colours therefore kids will be using sketch pens to colour it.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • White sheet of A4 size (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point
  • Sketch pens.
  • Neon marker
  • Brush pens.
  • Scissors.
  • Small piece of cello tape.
  • Punching machine (optional)
  • Small piece of ribbon or thick thread

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like scissors


Session 2 : Let's Make A Krishna Flute With Peacock Feather Bookmark Art

This session is all about Madhubani Art Bookmarks, and the kids will learn how to make a Krishna's flute with peacock feather bookmark out of simple materials and vibrant colours.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • White sheet of A4 size (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point.
  • Sketch pens are mandatory
  • Scissors
  • Small piece of ribbon or thick thread.
  • Fevicol Tube

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like scissors


Session 3 : Om with Lord Ganesha : (Part - 1)

This session is divided into 2 parts. In the first part, children will learn how to make Lord Ganesha's basic shape using the letter Om. They will learn how to write the letter Om, which will be transformed into Lord Ganesha. There will also be practising sets where children will draw OM and Ganesha on separate sheets to be more precise.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • White sheet of A3 or A4 size or drawing book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with thin point ( mandatory )


Session 4 : Om with Lord Ganesha (Part - 2)

In the fourth session of Madhubani Art, Kids will be completing the previous artwork of Lord Ganesha. The mentor will teach little artists how to arrange necessary materials to complete the artwork She will also teach kids what sort of pens and sketch pens kids will be using and how. Later, kids will make eyes of Lord Ganesha.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Sheet continued from the previous session : Session 3 : Om with Lord Ganesha : (Part - 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point
  • Sketch pens
  • Brush pens
  • White gel pen (Optional)

ALTERNATIVE - In case you do not have a White Gel pen, you can use a Black gel pen


Finale : Bird Sitting On A Tree Branch (Part - 1)

This finale session is divided into two parts. Children will learn how to draw a bird sitting on a tree branch. Nidhi Ma'am will teach the children how to put together the necessary materials for Madhubani Art, such as a scale, pencil, pens, sketch pens, and brush pens. The students will use the double line technique to make the basic structure of the bird on the branch with a border.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • White sheet of A4 size or A3 sheet(optional)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point.
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Sketch pens.
  • Brush pens.
  • Small Plate or bowl and Small lid to make circular shape of Bird

Mentor's Note: Always try to use dark and bright colours and always make the double line.


Finale : Bird Sitting On A Tree Branch (Part : 2)

In this session, the children will complete the drawing by following all of the Madhubani Art steps. The bird will be decorated using Madhubani special shapes, and then beautiful bright colours will transform it into a stunning artwork.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Sheet continued from the previous session: (Finale: Bird Sitting On A Tree Branch (Part - 1)
  • Black gel pen with thin point (compulsory)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Sketch pens
  • Brush pens

NOTE: For similar results, please try to use the colours mentioned by the mentor


Traditional Art Forms

by Nidhi Agarwal


Starting on  3 Jul


6 AM

Sun, Mon, Tue

12 Classes

watch trailer

Online traditional art forms classes for kids where they get to learn madhubani art and mythological art

Overview

Classes

Description

Age: 8-12 yrs

Do you want to improve your child's artistic abilities? The 'Traditional Art Forms' program provides a fantastic opportunity for kids to channel their inner Picasso. The program is broken down into two modules: Mythological Art with Number and Alphabet and Madhubani Art. Kids will enjoy creating simple artwork while honing their motor skills and creative expression skills.

Creativity
Imagination power
Love for art
Motor skills

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

01

Become Acquainted with Indian Culture

Kids will learn mythological stories and symbolism while creating Mythological and Madhubani Art, and as a result, they will learn a lot about Indian culture.

02

Develop Creativity and Artistic Expression

Through Mythological and Madhubani Art, our mentor will tremendously inspire children to broaden their creative horizons and strengthen their artistic expression.

03

Improve Patience

Since art requires precision and persistence, children's patience grows, and they begin to learn how to draw lines and fill colours precisely.

Mentor Details

Nidhi Agarwal

Nidhi Agarwal

Art instructor with 12+ years mentoring kids

Nidhi Agarwal is a mentor for Art and Craft. Her 10 years of experience as a Montessori certified teacher helps her develop an engaging connection with the children, almost in no-time.

Finance Executive

Certified Montessori Teacher

Running Pre school from past 12 years

Finance Executive

Certified Montessori Teacher

Running Pre school from past 12 years

Mythological Art with Number and Alphabet

6 classes

6 Classes

Session 1: Easy Art of Lord Ganesha with Number and Alphabet

In this session, you will learn to make Lord Ganesha using Alphabet U and Number 7 in a unique way. In a 50-minute-long class, Nidhi Ma’am will teach this art using water and poster colour.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White watercolour sheet A4 size or even Plain A4 sheet (Thick Sheet) (1 Qty)
  • Black permanent marker
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Poster colors or watercolours (Light Green / Dark Green / Black / Yellow)
  • Brush (thick and thin)
  • A glass of water
  • Color Palette
  • Rough handkerchief or tissue
  • Rough newspaper


Session 2: Lingam (Shivlinga)

In this session , your child will learn to paint a Shivlinga using the alphabets r, u, and c, as well as the numbers 11 , 0 and sleeping lines. Nidhi Ma'am will teach you how to paint with watercolours and brushes in a simple step-by-step method.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White watercolour sheet of A4 size (preferred) or plain paper or drawing sheet (1 Qty)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Black marker
  • Poster colors (Black, blue, white)
  • Brush (thick and thin)
  • A glass of water
  • Tissue paper or rough cloth
  • Small lid to make a circle
  • Color palette
  • White gel pen (optional)


Session 3: Gautam Buddha (Part -1)

In this session, Nidhi Ma'am will teach our young artists how to draw Gautam Buddha's basic shapes using the alphabets V, U, C, as well as the numbers 11, 3, and also curvy lines and semi-circles. They will also learn how to use a scale to make measuring points on the big sheet so that the drawing is in the centre and the structure is exact.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White sheet of A3 size (1 Qty)
  • Permanent black marker
  • Brush pens (preferred) or sketch pen or crayons or pencil colours
  • Big Scale
  • Compass
  • A big circular plate or bowl to make a circle
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Big Scale and Sharpener)


Session 4: Gautam Buddha (Part - 2)

This session is a continuation of Gautam Buddha's artwork Part 1 from the previous session. Using pencil colours and a Brush pen, Nidhi Ma’am will teach kids the important and simple techniques of colouring, shading, and strokes to complete the artwork.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • Previous session sheet to continue
  • Brush pens & Sketchpens can also be used - colours Black, red, and blue
  • Permanent black marker
  • Pencil colours or crayons (skin colour or dull yellow and light brown shade)


Finale : Lord Krishna Abstract Art (Part - 1)

This Finale session will be split into two parts. In this session, learn to make the basic shape of Lord Krishna in an abstract way using alphabets O, W, P, S, U, C, and numbers 7. Also, learn how to draw curvy and sleeping lines in a simple way. Nidhi will teach kids how to make a simple black border to highlight the painting and give it a professional look.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • A3 size watercolour sheet
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Permanent black marker (Thick Point)
  • Poster colours or watercolours
  • Thick and thin brush (flat and round)
  • Sketch pens
  • Glass of water
  • Color palette
  • Tissue paper or Rough Cloth & rough newspaper


Finale : Lord Krishna Abstract Art (Part - 2)

You will complete the previous Lord Krishna Abstract Art artwork in this session. Nidhi Ma'am teaches children how to begin colouring from the top to down in order to avoid colour blending while using posters and watercolours. To complete the painting, the children will learn different strokes such as round, up and down, and inside and outside strokes.

MATERIALS REQUIRED -

  • White watercolour sheet of A3 size (1 Qty) (continued from the previous session of Lord Krishna Abstract art Part 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, and Sharpener)
  • Permanent black marker (optional)
  • Poster colours or watercolours
  • Thick and thin brush (flat and round)
  • Sketch pens
  • A glass of water
  • Water dropper
  • Color palette
  • Tissue paper or Rough Cloth

NOTE: Please keep any Thick Material or Notebook or Surface handy to put below the painting so that the painting does not get any creases or gets rounded off.


Madhubani Art

6 classes

6 Classes

Session 1 : Let's Make A Fish Art Bookmark

In this session, kids will learn to make a stunning Fish bookmark. The mentor will use vibrant, bright, and eye-catchy colours therefore kids will be using sketch pens to colour it.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • White sheet of A4 size (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point
  • Sketch pens.
  • Neon marker
  • Brush pens.
  • Scissors.
  • Small piece of cello tape.
  • Punching machine (optional)
  • Small piece of ribbon or thick thread

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like scissors


Session 2 : Let's Make A Krishna Flute With Peacock Feather Bookmark Art

This session is all about Madhubani Art Bookmarks, and the kids will learn how to make a Krishna's flute with peacock feather bookmark out of simple materials and vibrant colours.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • White sheet of A4 size (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point.
  • Sketch pens are mandatory
  • Scissors
  • Small piece of ribbon or thick thread.
  • Fevicol Tube

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like scissors


Session 3 : Om with Lord Ganesha : (Part - 1)

This session is divided into 2 parts. In the first part, children will learn how to make Lord Ganesha's basic shape using the letter Om. They will learn how to write the letter Om, which will be transformed into Lord Ganesha. There will also be practising sets where children will draw OM and Ganesha on separate sheets to be more precise.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • White sheet of A3 or A4 size or drawing book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with thin point ( mandatory )


Session 4 : Om with Lord Ganesha (Part - 2)

In the fourth session of Madhubani Art, Kids will be completing the previous artwork of Lord Ganesha. The mentor will teach little artists how to arrange necessary materials to complete the artwork She will also teach kids what sort of pens and sketch pens kids will be using and how. Later, kids will make eyes of Lord Ganesha.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Sheet continued from the previous session : Session 3 : Om with Lord Ganesha : (Part - 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point
  • Sketch pens
  • Brush pens
  • White gel pen (Optional)

ALTERNATIVE - In case you do not have a White Gel pen, you can use a Black gel pen


Finale : Bird Sitting On A Tree Branch (Part - 1)

This finale session is divided into two parts. Children will learn how to draw a bird sitting on a tree branch. Nidhi Ma'am will teach the children how to put together the necessary materials for Madhubani Art, such as a scale, pencil, pens, sketch pens, and brush pens. The students will use the double line technique to make the basic structure of the bird on the branch with a border.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • White sheet of A4 size or A3 sheet(optional)
  • Black gel pen with a thin point.
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Sketch pens.
  • Brush pens.
  • Small Plate or bowl and Small lid to make circular shape of Bird

Mentor's Note: Always try to use dark and bright colours and always make the double line.


Finale : Bird Sitting On A Tree Branch (Part : 2)

In this session, the children will complete the drawing by following all of the Madhubani Art steps. The bird will be decorated using Madhubani special shapes, and then beautiful bright colours will transform it into a stunning artwork.

MATERIAL REQUIRED

  • Sheet continued from the previous session: (Finale: Bird Sitting On A Tree Branch (Part - 1)
  • Black gel pen with thin point (compulsory)
  • Basic Stationery (Scale, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Sketch pens
  • Brush pens

NOTE: For similar results, please try to use the colours mentioned by the mentor



Reviews & Feedback

5.0

20708

 Kids enrolled

 Kids enrolled

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 Kids enrolled

 Kids enrolled

Manisha kumari

teacher is so much friendly and also teach us amazing and new things so amazing and beautiful .........

Sivananda Sudhi

I loved to draw and paint 🎨 traditional art forms. Thank you nidhi ma'am ❤🙏💕

Nishita

Mam is a very nice teacher she always appreciate us


Certificate

Certificate

Proficiency in Drawing, Art

Program Certificate

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What will my child learn in this session?

This session is all about improving your child's artistic ability. The ‘Traditional Art Forms’ Session will let your child dive deep into his/her artistic side and help them express themselves through art.

Q: Why this session is important?

The session will help children to be more creative, improve their imagination & motor skills while enhancing their love for art. 

Q: Is the faculty conducting this program qualified enough?

Yes, Yellow Class takes pride in its faculty members. All our mentors are highly skilled and trained professionals who can be considered experts in their particular fields.  

Q: Can the sessions be viewed again?

Sessions are available for future viewing on the Yellow Class portal  https://www.yellowclass.com  and mobile app https://yc.live/vVjP3f. Children can view the sessions using the class link shared in the calendar.

Q: Will my child receive any type of certification for this session?

Yes, students will receive a certificate after 30 days of successful completion of the program.

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