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Free Fun Program: Summer Season

Free Fun Program: Summer Season

  • ₱5,500.00

Course Description:

Drawing is the most primal expression of self that is known to man. With this activity, people first express their creativity and communicate how they see and understand the world. It is therefore an unfortunate thing when people grow up, saying they do not know how to draw.

The main purpose of the DEGAS Free Fun Program (FFP) is to let learners dip their toes in creating, and take the first steps in expressing themselves through art. This 10‐ hour program is the Summer Season; one of the four season sets of exploratory art activities. All art activities will come from the three main paths: Drawing, Storytelling, and Design. The idea is that through these free, unrelated activities, the student gets to have fun, see their potential as creators, and see if art is their primary interest.

Method of Teaching

This course provides live instructor‐led demonstration and discussions, student engagement, and on‐the‐spot hands-on exercises using Zoom or Google Meet. Students will be given instruction on how to tackle the day’s art activity, and they can submit this to DEGAS for collation and eventual presentation (as necessary, and as desired).

Course Outline:


Activity Description

Materials Required


Draw Myself

  • Students will draw themselves doing a theme‐related activity and wearing summer‐related clothes and accessories.

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (we discourage the use of markers)


What Happens Next?

  • The Gabay narrates a story, and at crucial moments, students fill in the blanks of the story, mad‐ libs style. They then pick their favorite part of the story to draw.

  • Paper

  • Pencil


Paint! Paint! Paint!

  • Students will play around with paints this time, and they will pick any subject that is summer‐related!

  • Heavy Paper

  • Pencil

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints

  • 1 Round Brush

  • 1 Broad Brush


Home is Where My Family Is

  • Students draw their house and their parent(s), siblings, house helpers, as well as themselves, in a summer setting.

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (we still discourage the use of markers)


I Lost My Pencil: What Can I Do with Paper?

  • Students will learn how to make an origami pineapple. Younger students might require adult assistance and supervision in accurately folding and following instructions.

  • Green Colored Paper

  • Brown Colored Paper

  • Yellow Colored Paper

  • Scissors (adult supervision and assistance required for younger students)


Color Theory, But Summer

  • Students will learn the basics of color theory, and will apply it by coloring a summer object silhouette assigned by The Gabay.

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (yup, you guessed it, no markers)

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints (for the students who like to paint)

  • Brush


Have You Ever Seen a Plaid Fish? How about a purple monkey?

  • Students will be assigned to draw an animal you usually associate with summer. No color and pattern are too wild!

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (we really hope you didn’t buy markers)

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints (we really hope you bought this instead, though it’s optional at this session too)

  • Brush


Choose Your Own Summer Adventure

  • The Gabay will narrate a story, and Students will vote on which path the story takes. They will draw the end of their adventure!

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (please, no markers)

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints

  • Brush


Why Iced Tea is Warm: Color Temperature

  • Students will learn the basic concept of Color Temperature, and apply it by coloring summer‐themed objects.

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (Hard to convey temperature with markers. We’ve tried.)

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints

  • Brush


Fantastic Vehicles, and How to Ride Them

  • Students will have this question as a prompt: If you were to visit all of the summer destinations of the world, what will you use? Hot air balloon, car, ship, plane,balloon house, or train? They can then draw and color!

  • Paper

  • Pencil

  • Coloring Materials (it’s a little hard to travel with markers)

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints

  • Brush


Students must have the following:

  • Zoom application, or Gmail account (for Google Meet)

  • A supply of clean paper

  • A supply of Heavy Paper

  • Some colored paper (we will use green, yellow, and brown, but we won’t dictate on the colors)

  • At least one pencil

  • Non‐Toxic Poster Paints

  • At least one round brush

  • At least one flat, broad brush

  • Some paste or soluble liquid glue

  • At least three eggs (you can have the eggs; we only need the shells)

Some optional requirements:

  • Colored Pencils, if you don’t feel like using paints

  • Cleaning materials for the paints


AGE RECOMMENDATION: 3 years old and above

COURSE LEVEL: No prior knowledge required to attend this class


  • Once a week, 10 sessions

  • Thursday: 3:30-4:30 PM

  • Class calendar will be sent as a separate email.



Gabay Lee has been a teacher ever since she was a young girl, though it took some time for her to realize it. A product of Southville International School and Colleges, she graduated Bachelor of Elementary Education, majoring in Special Education in 2014, and graduated with a Masters of Arts in Psychology in June 2021. A big believer in atmosphere and setting, she is inspired by classic gothic stories and contemporary horror manga, themes that allow her to explore the concept of imaginative transformation. She constantly strives to improve every day and practices life drawing and scenic sketches.

Each session takes 45-60 minutes within the given schedule. The August batch will be on the week of August 11, 2022

UPDATE: Start date will be move to August 18, 2022

Any changes on the start date of classes will be announced in advance. Once you are officially enrolled, a separate email will be sent, including the start of classes, calendar, schedules, and other important reminders. You will be added to the Class Viber Group wherein all important announcements and coordination happen, for easier communication.

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