For many children, drawing of any kind can be a wonderful and creative experience, and as parent I get particularly excited when a see a child using drawing to tell personal stories. Unfortunately we see this most often in pre-school and kindergarten children, with that creativity disappearing as children learn new things and are influenced by their peers. Fortunately there are exceptions of course, and with every child it certainly is a good idea to encourage “thinking out of the box” when it comes to drawing. A good way to do this is quite simply to introduce a new canvas of sorts!
It occurred to me that drawing tiny pictures on square memo pad paper could be a nice creative exercise. And guess what? My kids loved it! I even got a few drawings out of my non-drawer!
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