Draw a pig, learn English
Take a creative break - with The Language Pig and The Armadillo Art Experience.
Option 1: Leg einfach los - spring zum Video und mach mit. Das geht auch (fast) ohne Englisch.
Option 2: Lies den kurzen Text, und nutze das Video vielleicht auch für Dein Hörverstehen. Anregungen dazu gibts unten.
My brother-in-law is an artist. In a normal year, he would spend the summer doing painting workshops, drawing community murals, selling his work at fairs and exhibitions, entertaining people with live-cartoon-drawing - and all sorts of other activities that involve social interaction.
At the moment, this is not possible. So he draws in the workshop and invites people to join him.
So far I have learned to draw a sloth, sheep and a T-Rex.
This week, Simon included a pig in his jolly zoo of creatures.
How could you not draw along?
In case you want to use the text and video to practice your listening comprehension, at the end of this post are some exercises for you.
In case you want to use the text and video to practice your listening comprehension, here are some exercises for you:
Eyes, eyeballs, nose, nostrils, forehead, ears, eyebrows, eyelashes, face, chin, body, hands, paws, legs, trail, mouth
Blue, yellow, red, brown, white
His drawing board wobbled. Which other things do you know that could wobble?
Simon does not mention this one: trotters.
Red, yellow, white
To start off with / to pop in / to leave out - if you saw the whole video including the tractor drawing tutorial, you also heard: to plan out / to rub out / to leave out.