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Mandala Art program for kids

Mandala Art for Beginners

by Rupal Khandelwal

Starting on  3 Jul


3 AM

Sun, Mon, Tue

22 Classes


Overview

Classes

Description

Age: 9-16 yrs

Right from seasoned artists to beginners in art, everyone loves drawing beautiful mandala designs. After all, aside from being a fun art form, it also has some therapeutic value. The benefits of Mandala art for kids are manifold, and thereby, we have curated this 'Mandala Art For Beginners' program for all the young artists who would like to ace this art form.

Mandala Art
Creative Mandala Art
Mandala drawing
Mandala art for beginners
Mandala design

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

01

Better Coordination & Psychomotor Skills

Let kids develop better coordination, and in turn, better movement and psychomotor skills.

02

Improve Concentration

Help strengthen focus and attention, and improve memory retention in kids.

03

Enhance Creativity

Compel kids to think ‘out-of-the-box’ and create creative mandala designs by drawing inspiration from their surroundings.

Mentor Details

Rupal Khandelwal

Rupal Khandelwal

MBA with 10+ years experience in teaching kids

Rupal Khandelwal is our instructor for art and craft. For the last 10 years, Rupal has been actively mentoring little kids. With her amazing communication skills, she can befriend kids almost instantly.

Taught over 1000 kids

Personal craft venture by Rupalistic

Traditional Indian folk art like Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari, Cheriyal, etc.

Taught over 1000 kids

Personal craft venture by Rupalistic

Traditional Indian folk art like Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari, Cheriyal, etc.

Basics of Mandala Art

10 classes

10 Classes

Lines and Strokes

In this introductory session, kids will learn 'what is Mandala art?', its origin, the material required for mandala, and much more. In addition, our mentor will also teach kids how to use simple lines and strokes to make a mandala drawing.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A3 size White thick sheet or Grid or Box Notebook (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Technical Pens set (optional)
  • Black sketch pen

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


Basic Shapes & Fillers

In this session, kids will learn how to make basic shapes in mandala with symmetry and clarity. Kids can easily experiment with these shapes when they make their own mandalas. They will also learn how to accentuate the aesthetic appeal of their mandala by using 'fillers'.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A3 size White thick sheet or Grid or Box Notebook (1 Qty - Continue with the previous session)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)

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


Designing Patterns

Let's move on to the next step. Kids will now learn how to make beautiful mandala patterns by combining the basic shapes and fillers. Since mandala art gives us a wide scope to experiment with, our mentor will compel kids to get creative and draw their own mandala patterns.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Grid or Box Notebook (1 Qty - Continue with the previous session)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Black sketch pen (optional)


Circular Grid

Mandala means 'circle' in Sanskrit, and mandala drawings are characterized by their circular shape. In this session, kids will learn how to draw a complete mandala circle and will work on a grid to achieve precision in designs.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A3 or A4 size White thick sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Black sketch pen
  • Technical Pens (optional)

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


Circular Mandala Recap

In this recap session, our mentor will help kids revise all the steps covered in the preceding sessions, and will motivate kids to create their own circular mandalas

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Same Grid Sheet used in the previous session
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Black sketch pen
  • Technical Pens (optional)


Creating Mandala Background

Accentuate your mandala by adding a lovely background! In this session, our mentor will teach kids how to make a Mandala background that will add up to the beauty of your artwork. Kids will learn how to make different backgrounds for their mandalas using easy steps.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size Thick sheet (cut in half) ( Qty -4 sheets)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale)
  • Paints
  • Paint brushes
  • Polythene bag ( Qty 1)
  • Sketch pens
  • Coffee powder
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Bowl of water
  • Color palette

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


Mandala on Coloured Background

This session is in continuation of the previous one. Now, kids will learn how to add beautiful colours to their Mandala background. Our mentor will teach them methods to colour the mandalas neatly. Additionally, kids will also learn how to make mini mandalas.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Colored sheet with mandala grid drawn on it (continue from the previous session)
  • Black gel pen (fine tip)
  • Bold marker
  • Eraser


Half Mandala

Have you ever made a 'Half-Mandala'? No? it's time that you do it now! Half-mandalas look just as graceful as normal mandalas and are quite a trend. They are made in a semi-circular form and are accentuated using different patterns & designs. In this session, our mentor will teach kids how to make half-mandala.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size Plain White Sheet or Drawing Book (Half sheet) (1 Qty)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Black Gel Pen or Fine Tip Pen.

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like a compass.


Quarter Colored Mandala

Let's now move on to 'Quarter Coloured Mandalas'. In this session, our mentor will give you easy tips and tricks to make a beautiful quarter-colored mandala.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Sketchpens or Color Pens

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


Mandala Intricate Patterns

Intricacy is key to making mandalas. So, in this session, kids will learn how to draw intricate mandala patterns. Our mentor will suggest easy methods to make the most eye-catching mandala patterns that you'll enjoy making

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Box Book or Math grid book ( Qty 1)
  • Black Gel Pen
  • Basic stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Print out of practice sheet


Creative Mandalas

5 classes

5 Classes

Grid with Sunset Painting

Do you also love sunsets as much as we do? If yes, then this session is just for you. Learn to make a sunset mandala painting using a grid in this session.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Thick Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty-1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale)
  • Black Marker or Sketchpen or Gel Pen
  • Paints (any of your choice)
  • Paintbrushes (thick and thin)
  • Bowl of Water
  • Protractor
  • Compass
  • Paints Preferred: Yellow, Orange, Red, White, Black

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


Completing the Mandala grid

Now that you are well-versed with mandala art, it's time to learn how to complete the mandala painting to reveal a beautiful artwork.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 size sheet (continued from the previous session of Mandala art)
  • Black gel pen (0.5 or 0.3 mm nibs optional)
  • Compass
  • Basic stationeries (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)

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


Panda Eating Watermelon

From their snub noses to chubby cheeks, everything about Pandas is super cute and kids adore them. In this session, kids will be learning to make a creative half mandala showing a mandala as a watermelon. They will learn to make one grid for half a mandala and fill it with colourful pens.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 size white sheet or Drawing book (Qty-1)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Colorful Pens or Sketch Pens
  • Black Marker or Sketch Pen
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)

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


Completing Panda & Drawing a Dream Catcher

This will be an extension of the previous session wherein kids will complete the first mandala art sketch. They will learn how to make a Panda eating that artistic watermelon. They will start a new mandala art and this will be exciting as kids will be drawing a dreamcatcher mandala.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Half mandala sheet from the previous class
  • A4 size White sheet (Qty-1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Compass
  • Black Marker or Sketch pen
  • Protractor (Qty -1)

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


Dream Catcher: Completing big & Mini Mandalas

With their beautiful feathers and different patterns, dream catchers have become the ‘it’ thing and people feel that it adds positivity to their homes. In this session, kids will complete the dream catcher and they will learn to make mandalas using a protractor.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Mandala sheet from the Previous session
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Scale, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black Gel Pen
  • Protractor
  • Compass

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


Shape Mandala

3 classes

3 Classes

Ice Cream Bowl

Be it, kids or adults, we all love ice-creams and as summers are at their peak right now, it’s the perfect dessert one can ask for. In this session, the mentor will teach kids how to make an ice cream bowl. Kids will learn to create mandalas inside a shape. They will learn how mandala grids and patterns can be created in any shape.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale)
  • Black Marker
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Technical Pens set (Optional)

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


Butterfly Mandala

In the previous session, kids learned how to draw an ice-cream bowl and in this class, they will learn to make a butterfly-shaped Mandala. They will learn to make sections in a shape using different methods and create mandala designs and patterns inside it.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Color Sheet cut in half or Drawing book (Qty-1)
  • Compass
  • Black Sketch Pen/ Black Marker
  • Black gel pen
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Protractor

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


Girl Dress Mandala

By now, kids have picked up all the basics of mandala art. In this session, kids will learn how to make a shape mandala of a beautiful gown and fill it with mandala patterns. They’ll also learn to make sections with and without a compass and fill the same with mandala shapes and patterns to create a beautiful design.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1 - cut to half)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker
  • Black Pen (fine-tip)
  • Compass

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


Mandala Finale

4 classes

4 Classes

Preparing the Base of Mandala (Part 1)

As we are proceeding toward the end of this program, kids will learn to prepare the base for the final mandala dream catcher. They will be making the grid and priming the base before starting the work.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Different size circle-shaped cutouts of MDF or cardboard or paper plate (Qty 3 -- of size 8 inches; 4 inches; 3 inches)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker or Pen (fine-tip & water-proof)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Acrylic Paints or Water Colors (Yellow; Brown; Orange, Black; White)
  • Paintbrushes (thick & thin)
  • Bowl of Water
  • Decorative Feathers
  • Jute Rope
  • Fevicol or Glue
  • Masking Tape
  • Rough Cloth or Tissue Paper
  • Child-friendly Scissors.

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like a compass and scissors.


Completion Mandala (Part 2)

The mentor will teach kids how to make a mandala in the grid made on the new surface. It will be an engaging session

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Grids prepared on circle-shaped cutouts (3 Qty - Continued with the previous session)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker or Pen (fine-tip of 0.5 or 0.8 & water-proof)
  • Compass
  • Rough Cloth or Tissue Paper
  • Acrylic Paint or Water Color (Yellow)
  • Paintbrushes (thick & thin)
  • Bowl of Water

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


Making Sunflowers

When you draw your Mandalas, you are enhancing your creative side and also improving your concentration. In this session, kids will learn to draw a sunflower around the center mandala and paint it with different colors to give it a natural look and effect.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Grids prepared on circle-shaped cutouts (Continue with the previous session)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker or Pen
  • Paints (Yellow, Orange, Brown)
  • Paintbrushes (thick and thin)
  • Water Container
  • Tissue or Rough Cloth


Finishing the Dream Catcher

In the final session, kids will learn to give a finishing touch to the sunflower by outlining it. They will assemble the different pieces of the Mandala by pasting beautiful and colorful feathers to give it the final dream catcher look which can be used to hang in the house.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Circle-shaped cutouts with flower painting (Qty 3 -- from the previous session)
  • Jute thread or ribbon
  • Colorful Feathers or paper feathers (Qty- 15 to 20)
  • Fevicol or Glue
  • Paints (Black and Brown)
  • Paintbrushes


Mandala Art for Beginners

by Rupal Khandelwal


Starting on  3 Jul


3 AM

Sun, Mon, Tue

22 Classes

watch trailer

Mandala Art program for kids

Overview

Classes

Description

Age: 9-16 yrs

Right from seasoned artists to beginners in art, everyone loves drawing beautiful mandala designs. After all, aside from being a fun art form, it also has some therapeutic value. The benefits of Mandala art for kids are manifold, and thereby, we have curated this 'Mandala Art For Beginners' program for all the young artists who would like to ace this art form.

Mandala Art
Creative Mandala Art
Mandala drawing
Mandala art for beginners
Mandala design

Course Highlights

Learning Outcomes

01

Better Coordination & Psychomotor Skills

Let kids develop better coordination, and in turn, better movement and psychomotor skills.

02

Improve Concentration

Help strengthen focus and attention, and improve memory retention in kids.

03

Enhance Creativity

Compel kids to think ‘out-of-the-box’ and create creative mandala designs by drawing inspiration from their surroundings.

Mentor Details

Rupal Khandelwal

Rupal Khandelwal

MBA with 10+ years experience in teaching kids

Rupal Khandelwal is our instructor for art and craft. For the last 10 years, Rupal has been actively mentoring little kids. With her amazing communication skills, she can befriend kids almost instantly.

Taught over 1000 kids

Personal craft venture by Rupalistic

Traditional Indian folk art like Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari, Cheriyal, etc.

Taught over 1000 kids

Personal craft venture by Rupalistic

Traditional Indian folk art like Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari, Cheriyal, etc.

Basics of Mandala Art

10 classes

10 Classes

Lines and Strokes

In this introductory session, kids will learn 'what is Mandala art?', its origin, the material required for mandala, and much more. In addition, our mentor will also teach kids how to use simple lines and strokes to make a mandala drawing.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A3 size White thick sheet or Grid or Box Notebook (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Technical Pens set (optional)
  • Black sketch pen

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


Basic Shapes & Fillers

In this session, kids will learn how to make basic shapes in mandala with symmetry and clarity. Kids can easily experiment with these shapes when they make their own mandalas. They will also learn how to accentuate the aesthetic appeal of their mandala by using 'fillers'.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A3 size White thick sheet or Grid or Box Notebook (1 Qty - Continue with the previous session)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)

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


Designing Patterns

Let's move on to the next step. Kids will now learn how to make beautiful mandala patterns by combining the basic shapes and fillers. Since mandala art gives us a wide scope to experiment with, our mentor will compel kids to get creative and draw their own mandala patterns.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Grid or Box Notebook (1 Qty - Continue with the previous session)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Black sketch pen (optional)


Circular Grid

Mandala means 'circle' in Sanskrit, and mandala drawings are characterized by their circular shape. In this session, kids will learn how to draw a complete mandala circle and will work on a grid to achieve precision in designs.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A3 or A4 size White thick sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Black sketch pen
  • Technical Pens (optional)

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


Circular Mandala Recap

In this recap session, our mentor will help kids revise all the steps covered in the preceding sessions, and will motivate kids to create their own circular mandalas

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Same Grid Sheet used in the previous session
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Big Scale)
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Black sketch pen
  • Technical Pens (optional)


Creating Mandala Background

Accentuate your mandala by adding a lovely background! In this session, our mentor will teach kids how to make a Mandala background that will add up to the beauty of your artwork. Kids will learn how to make different backgrounds for their mandalas using easy steps.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size Thick sheet (cut in half) ( Qty -4 sheets)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale)
  • Paints
  • Paint brushes
  • Polythene bag ( Qty 1)
  • Sketch pens
  • Coffee powder
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Bowl of water
  • Color palette

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


Mandala on Coloured Background

This session is in continuation of the previous one. Now, kids will learn how to add beautiful colours to their Mandala background. Our mentor will teach them methods to colour the mandalas neatly. Additionally, kids will also learn how to make mini mandalas.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Colored sheet with mandala grid drawn on it (continue from the previous session)
  • Black gel pen (fine tip)
  • Bold marker
  • Eraser


Half Mandala

Have you ever made a 'Half-Mandala'? No? it's time that you do it now! Half-mandalas look just as graceful as normal mandalas and are quite a trend. They are made in a semi-circular form and are accentuated using different patterns & designs. In this session, our mentor will teach kids how to make half-mandala.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size Plain White Sheet or Drawing Book (Half sheet) (1 Qty)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Black Gel Pen or Fine Tip Pen.

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like a compass.


Quarter Colored Mandala

Let's now move on to 'Quarter Coloured Mandalas'. In this session, our mentor will give you easy tips and tricks to make a beautiful quarter-colored mandala.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Sketchpens or Color Pens

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


Mandala Intricate Patterns

Intricacy is key to making mandalas. So, in this session, kids will learn how to draw intricate mandala patterns. Our mentor will suggest easy methods to make the most eye-catching mandala patterns that you'll enjoy making

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Box Book or Math grid book ( Qty 1)
  • Black Gel Pen
  • Basic stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Print out of practice sheet


Creative Mandalas

5 classes

5 Classes

Grid with Sunset Painting

Do you also love sunsets as much as we do? If yes, then this session is just for you. Learn to make a sunset mandala painting using a grid in this session.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Thick Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty-1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale)
  • Black Marker or Sketchpen or Gel Pen
  • Paints (any of your choice)
  • Paintbrushes (thick and thin)
  • Bowl of Water
  • Protractor
  • Compass
  • Paints Preferred: Yellow, Orange, Red, White, Black

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


Completing the Mandala grid

Now that you are well-versed with mandala art, it's time to learn how to complete the mandala painting to reveal a beautiful artwork.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 size sheet (continued from the previous session of Mandala art)
  • Black gel pen (0.5 or 0.3 mm nibs optional)
  • Compass
  • Basic stationeries (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)

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


Panda Eating Watermelon

From their snub noses to chubby cheeks, everything about Pandas is super cute and kids adore them. In this session, kids will be learning to make a creative half mandala showing a mandala as a watermelon. They will learn to make one grid for half a mandala and fill it with colourful pens.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 size white sheet or Drawing book (Qty-1)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Colorful Pens or Sketch Pens
  • Black Marker or Sketch Pen
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)

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


Completing Panda & Drawing a Dream Catcher

This will be an extension of the previous session wherein kids will complete the first mandala art sketch. They will learn how to make a Panda eating that artistic watermelon. They will start a new mandala art and this will be exciting as kids will be drawing a dreamcatcher mandala.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Half mandala sheet from the previous class
  • A4 size White sheet (Qty-1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Compass
  • Black Marker or Sketch pen
  • Protractor (Qty -1)

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


Dream Catcher: Completing big & Mini Mandalas

With their beautiful feathers and different patterns, dream catchers have become the ‘it’ thing and people feel that it adds positivity to their homes. In this session, kids will complete the dream catcher and they will learn to make mandalas using a protractor.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Mandala sheet from the Previous session
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Scale, Eraser, Sharpener)
  • Black Gel Pen
  • Protractor
  • Compass

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


Shape Mandala

3 classes

3 Classes

Ice Cream Bowl

Be it, kids or adults, we all love ice-creams and as summers are at their peak right now, it’s the perfect dessert one can ask for. In this session, the mentor will teach kids how to make an ice cream bowl. Kids will learn to create mandalas inside a shape. They will learn how mandala grids and patterns can be created in any shape.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale)
  • Black Marker
  • Black Gel Pen (0.5 mm nib)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Technical Pens set (Optional)

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


Butterfly Mandala

In the previous session, kids learned how to draw an ice-cream bowl and in this class, they will learn to make a butterfly-shaped Mandala. They will learn to make sections in a shape using different methods and create mandala designs and patterns inside it.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Color Sheet cut in half or Drawing book (Qty-1)
  • Compass
  • Black Sketch Pen/ Black Marker
  • Black gel pen
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil, Eraser, Scale, Sharpener)
  • Protractor

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


Girl Dress Mandala

By now, kids have picked up all the basics of mandala art. In this session, kids will learn how to make a shape mandala of a beautiful gown and fill it with mandala patterns. They’ll also learn to make sections with and without a compass and fill the same with mandala shapes and patterns to create a beautiful design.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • A4 Size White Sheet or Drawing Book (Qty 1 - cut to half)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker
  • Black Pen (fine-tip)
  • Compass

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


Mandala Finale

4 classes

4 Classes

Preparing the Base of Mandala (Part 1)

As we are proceeding toward the end of this program, kids will learn to prepare the base for the final mandala dream catcher. They will be making the grid and priming the base before starting the work.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Different size circle-shaped cutouts of MDF or cardboard or paper plate (Qty 3 -- of size 8 inches; 4 inches; 3 inches)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker or Pen (fine-tip & water-proof)
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Acrylic Paints or Water Colors (Yellow; Brown; Orange, Black; White)
  • Paintbrushes (thick & thin)
  • Bowl of Water
  • Decorative Feathers
  • Jute Rope
  • Fevicol or Glue
  • Masking Tape
  • Rough Cloth or Tissue Paper
  • Child-friendly Scissors.

NOTE: Adult supervision is required for use of any sharp object like a compass and scissors.


Completion Mandala (Part 2)

The mentor will teach kids how to make a mandala in the grid made on the new surface. It will be an engaging session

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Grids prepared on circle-shaped cutouts (3 Qty - Continued with the previous session)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker or Pen (fine-tip of 0.5 or 0.8 & water-proof)
  • Compass
  • Rough Cloth or Tissue Paper
  • Acrylic Paint or Water Color (Yellow)
  • Paintbrushes (thick & thin)
  • Bowl of Water

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


Making Sunflowers

When you draw your Mandalas, you are enhancing your creative side and also improving your concentration. In this session, kids will learn to draw a sunflower around the center mandala and paint it with different colors to give it a natural look and effect.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Grids prepared on circle-shaped cutouts (Continue with the previous session)
  • Basic Stationery (Pencil or Pen, Eraser, Sharpener, Scale).
  • Black Marker or Pen
  • Paints (Yellow, Orange, Brown)
  • Paintbrushes (thick and thin)
  • Water Container
  • Tissue or Rough Cloth


Finishing the Dream Catcher

In the final session, kids will learn to give a finishing touch to the sunflower by outlining it. They will assemble the different pieces of the Mandala by pasting beautiful and colorful feathers to give it the final dream catcher look which can be used to hang in the house.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  • Circle-shaped cutouts with flower painting (Qty 3 -- from the previous session)
  • Jute thread or ribbon
  • Colorful Feathers or paper feathers (Qty- 15 to 20)
  • Fevicol or Glue
  • Paints (Black and Brown)
  • Paintbrushes



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Certificate

Certificate

Proficiency in Specialised Art, Art

Program Certificate

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