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Teaching a child to draw is mostly a question of observing their progress and offering them new methods of exploration. For the first five years of a child’s life, your teaching will be limited to providing space, time, tools, and encouragement. In later years, you may offer to teach a child new skills, such as drawing from observation, practicing perspectives, and drawing correct proportions. Make art part of the routine. Make an art-zone if you want to isolate the mess.