Baby Lamb's Book of Art

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Baby Lambs by Barry Stebbing


Baby Lambs But Jesus called the children to Him and said, "Let the

little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." Luke 18:16 Copyright 1994

Revised Edition 2004 Published by How Great Thou Art Publications

Lessons within How Great Thou ART texts are reproducible for "in home use" only.

Table of Contents: Drawing

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The Alphabet

Cut & Paste Page 99

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Colored Markers 2


These are the materials we recommend for Baby Lambs:

1. Set of Colored Pencils


2. A Drawing Pencil


3. Scissors 4. Glue 5. Set of Washable Colored Markers



Put the FACE on the Clown

My Name is:________________

Can you put the nose, eyes, ears, hair and mouth on the clown face above? Color your clown. What is his name?

Run! Run! Run!

Can you draw "Mr. Stick Man?" We see him everywhere! To draw him simply draw a circle for his head, a stick for his body, a stick for each arm and leg, and a small circle for his hands and feet. Use your drawing pencil and draw "Mr. Stick Man" in many different positions - running, playing, sitting, sleeping, and anyway else you can imagine! 6

Pencil People


Stripes go around. Draw Wally the Worm here.

Practice drawing a hat above.


Can you draw some people with meat on their bones? Start with a circle for the head and a thin egg shape for the body. Then, add two thin rectangles for each arm and leg. Draw a circle for a hand and a fat hot dog

shape for each foot. See if you can draw people running and playing in the figure box above.

Wally the Worm Can you draw Wally


the Worm? His body is

long and becomes thinner near the tail. Add stripes that go around his body. Put a hat on his head. Finally, see if you can draw him coming out of an apple!