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Sketch Noting Workshop for Parent & Child on 22 JUN at 2.30 to 5.30pm

Ashokan Ramakrishnan

Our brains are hard-wired for finding patterns and making connections. 

Sketchnoting SPARKS our children's creativity by helping them see and make these vital connections. 

Do you struggle to communicate with your child ?
Does he tend to doodle when he needs to pay attention ?
Does she lack confidence in problem-solving or communicating ?

If your answers are YES, then this workshop is for YOU !  

In this workshop, we will share with you how YOU & YOUR CHILD can create and use simple pictures to SPARK your child's creativity, confidence, and improve his/her communication, with applications both in the home and in the classroom. 

Our Trainers : Tim & Irene Hamons from the "ART-OF-AWAKENING" will be running the workshop for us. They have worked with countless groups and individuals for over 20 years; helping them unlock the power of creativity using simple visual and creative tools. 

Outcomes :

  • better focus and attention span

  • confidence in creativity and communicating

  • creative problem-solving skills

  • tool for taking whole brain notes at school

Agenda :

  • Visual warm ups

  • Sketching as your new superpower: the benefits, science and art of simple drawing

  • ABC's of sketchnoting

  • How to draw any idea using simple shapes

  • Yes, you too can draw: Managing your mindset

  • Re-learning our first language

  • Visual building blocks: concepts, letters, people, faces,

  • drawing your story

  • practice, practice, practice

  • Use drawings to present your ideas

  • Group activity on visual storytelling