Drawing skills at age 5
The bilingual kid "Juli" first made drawing marks when she was baby. She has acquired a drawing skill in a natural way. All I did is nothing but to provide her materials and watch the natural development.
But, one day a thought came to my head, wondering how my bilingual kid might draw a table with a three-dimensional perspective. Out of curiosity, I asked her to draw a table.
Here it is. A round brown table with five legs. Our small dining table is round. Then I asked her if she wanted me to show her how to make a 3-D table. Yes, she nodded. I showed her a rectangular table.
After my demonstration, she did a couple of drawings of a table with more 3-D perspective.
Interesting. After she had learned the art of three-dimensional perspective drawing, I asked her to draw a chair. She indeed applied that knowledge to drawing a chair.