Encourage Your Children to Draw instead of Online Gaming.  Here's why?

In 2019, when pandemic immobilized our society and stayed home for more than two (2) years, our children lost their opportunities to develop their social skills. Parents were forced to work from home and tendencies for those who can't hire companions for their children resorted to leaving their children with toys, specifically digital games that takes the attention of our children and giving us space to work without interruptions.  

That setup is not totally advantageous and poses risks to the physical and mental health of our children. As a result, many children got hooked with games and social media. Yes, it may develop their creative and artistic skills particularly those who love to post their dancing and singing prowess. However, too much digital exposure and gaming may result to game addiction. As we know, addiction is an acute case and risky for our children's health.

Allow me to share this video, which I have extracted from a webinar I gave for the parents of a Christian community. I hope it would be a useful information for us parents.

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We now open our doors for a face-to-face art workshop.  This coming October 21 and 22, 2022, 2 to 4 p.m., we will have a Drawing Workshop in Project 4, Quezon City.  To ensure the safety of students, we will only accept 8 students at the maximum.  The first topic offered is on Basic Drawing using graphite pencils.  We will learn how to give life to inanimate objects through proper shading.  We will also teach students how to draw faces and teach them how to make it look more alive like a photo.  This 2 Saturday classes is with a fee but it already covers the materials that would be used during the session.  See more details below.  If interested, you may send us a message using the chat box or send us an email.

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Hello! Thank you for reading my blog. I am Rose Gob, a Knowledge Management expert, a seasoned HR and OD practitioner, an artist and an educator by heart. I have created three (3) blogs to share articles in the field of creative arts, cooperative, social enterprise industry. But among these blogs, I write more for my art blog, During the pandemic, I was able to populate my blogs with various topics. But now, I realized that I need to focus. I hope you will give me feedback for topics that you want to learn. Send me questions and I'll try my best to answer your questions. Again, thank you for reading and please do check my blogs often. Have a great day!