How to Draw: Early Learning Fun
There are hundreds of how-to-draw books out there, but this one is different" it's dry-erase! So, no worries if that fish is a little lopsided, or the giraffe's legs are too short. Just erase and draw it again! After, all, drawing is all about practice. Each two-page spread gives step-by-step directions for drawing a very simple object or animal on the left-hand page, and the right-hand page provides a scene with some other variations of the object already provided but plenty of space so the young artist can add their own drawings to the picture. The background is white, with pops of color in the background and a few full-color photos for added interest. The step-by-step instructions for the drawings are very simple - great for young children with developing motor skills. Most can be completed in four steps. My six year-old son tested this one out and really enjoyed it! With 56 total pages and over 100 objects to draw, there is plenty of content here to hold their interest. Great for the car or waiting rooms! Spiral-bound, 56 pages. Includes a black dry-erase pen. - Jess
Kids will love to learn how to copy, draw, trace, and more with this fabulously creative activity book. The helpful steps and tips inside encourage young artists to draw a range of familiar objects and animals using simple shapes and outlines. Includes 24 pull-out pages of tracing paper, and 32 pull-out pages of colored craft paper to encourage individual creativity.