Recently I downloaded the Sketchbook Pro for free. I've been trying to learn how to use it to improve on my digital drawings. Drawing digitally is another thing all together. Learning how to draw and paint with your fingers is like going back to kindergarten to learn art all over again. Since I have no chance to attend a digital drawing class, I had to learn on my own with the internet as a guide. It took me a whole afternoon trying to figure out how to draw and color with layers. I am not quite sure I have got it yet.
Anyway, I managed to draw a little Indian girl in a saree for my first try in sketching with my Sketchbook pro. I put my sketch in my Free Printable October 2014 Calendar For Kids for the Deepavali or Diwali Theme.
I wanted to put in a clip art on the Deepavali or Diwali date just like I did for my Halloween Theme October 2014 Calendar for kids, however there appears to be a little confusion over the Deepavali dates for 2014. Is Deepavali 2014 on Oct 22 or Oct 23? A search on Google will show you that Deepavali or Diwali falls on 23 October, 2014. However, some countries like Singapore and Malaysia will be celebrating Deepavali on 22 October, 2014. Since there is a confusion, I decided to play it safe and not include the icon or clip art on the date itself.
You can print out this Free Printable October 2014 Calendar for your child to use as a planner. After all, the year end exams are approaching for some children. It will be a good way for you to teach them how to keep track of their revision for their final exams.
Here is the download link for the Deepavali Themed October 2014 Calendar For Kids. The file is in pdf format. If you have trouble printing directly from the print button, try using the (Print Using System Dialog or Control + Shift + P) Option.
I also created a Free Printable 2015 Calendar For Kids. You can download it from the link.
|October 2014 Calendar For Kids|