Do You Doodle?

Do You Doodle?

# 045130

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Item #: 045130
ISBN: 9780762452873
Grades: 1-AD

Category Description for Doodles Drawing Books:

These books encourage kids to let their imaginations run wild and get their creative juices flowing. Filled with 100+ creative drawing prompts, kids are asked to complete a simple illustration with prompts such as "set the table," "make a traffic jam," or "who's in the park." The doodle "starters" are simplistic in nature but certainly do a great job of encouraging kids to doodle to their hearts' desire. - Enh

Monsters, machines, explorers, and more.

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Nikalas Catlow
Softcover Book
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Running Press Kids
1.5 (lbs.)
11.7" x 8.3" x 0.6"
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My son (age 7) has liked these books for a couple years now This year we got him the Do You Doodle? as part of his schooling He does the pictures as usual which I feel encourage creativity and fun They are much more interesting for the older child than simple coloring books In a regular coloring book you are stuck with the picture that is there but here you are encouraged to use your own imagination and personality to complete the picture to your liking And then color it or enhance it as you like Some are just silly pictures (add measles to a line drawing of a boy) but some encourage some more thought and creativity such as drawing a machine or a way out of a hole for a kid shown in an underground hole or box My son has a beautifully creative mind and these books suit him perfectly This year we are using them as writing prompts for creative writing Most writing prompts leave him totally cold This year he is picking one of his own drawings (a page in this book) as the prompt for a journal entry about once a week He has gone from really dull uninterested writing to at least some thought and excitement when writing about a specific complicated machine picture he made or even about the boy with measles covering his body in the drawing These also make excellent "car trip" books
November 6, 2010

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