From first scribbles to complex country scenes, your child goes through numerous stages. Decription.
Just as with learning to walk, learning to draw varies from one child to another.
Eight is regarded as the age when the children showing a disposition for graphics produce more detailed and more imaginative drawings. They favor this mode of expression and progress rapidly. From age 12, they continue to develop, while their comrades are abandoning the pencil due to a lack of rewarding results.
In kindergarten, learning writing is supported by learning drawing. It is, for example, by drawing bridges and waves that the child discovers the cursive writing of "m" and "n". The different stages of learning are concomitant: he draws his initials at the age of the stick figure, writes his first name in stick letters when his characters have a head and a body, etc.