Written, illustrated and designed by a children’s occupational therapist and parent team, each book includes a fun and engaging narrative and simple drawing prompts to encourage your child to draw and to build confidence drawing.
Each book or book series includes detailed parent notes (see right for a sneak peek from one of our books) with information on the importance of drawing in early childhood. The notes also include hints for working on the book or book series with your child.
The current range of Squiggle Kids drawing books can be divided into two groups:
- Starting Circles books
- Extending From Circles books
In addition to this, we have two new titles:
- a BRAND NEW book for children in the scribble stage (from around 12 months to around 4 years) and older children that may enjoy returning to scribble as a way of stimulating interest in mark making and testing out new drawing tools; and
- a BRAND NEW book for pre-school aged children up to lower primary school that fosters an interest in letters in a playful and natural way.
Children’s drawing skills vary, including among children of a similar age.
As the age of the child is a guide only, the descriptions included in the image (right) will help you select books for your child.
This brand new Squiggle Kids book is designed for children just starting out on their drawing journey as well as older children that may enjoy returning to scribbles as a way of stimulating interest in mark making and testing out new drawing tools.
With a simple and fun story line and activities to match, this book facilitates parent and child reading and drawing together, which can be fun, educational and relationship building for everyone involved!
Your child will have fun using squiggles to complete the pictures in this book, including creating hay for the pigs to lay in and lots of fairy floss.
This brand new Squiggle Kids book is designed for pre-school aged children and older children at school learning to write or having difficulty writing. By using letters as a starting point for drawing images, this drawing activity book fosters an interest in letters in a playful and fun way and practices drawing, a precursor to writing.
Yes: “A” is for apple, ant and Australia. But “A” can also be a rocket, a house and an ice-cream too!
Playful prompts are included – some written and some drawn: “Look at Mr Q with a cheeky tail. What could it be? A cat? A pig? A gentleman with a big moustache?”
These Squiggle Kids books are the perfect way to stimulate and extend your child’s early drawing.
With a simple and fun story line and activities to match, these books facilitate parent and child reading and drawing together, which can be fun, educational and relationship building for everyone involved!
Choose from three Starting Circles books:
- An Adventure With Squiggle Pop Maze Book
- A Critter’s Day Out Drawing Activity Book
- Not Just Round Drawing Activity Book
Or increase the value, the fun and the education and buy the Squiggle Kids Starting Circles book pack!
Small in size but not in important learning and development for your child, these mini drawing books are the perfect screen-free activity for you and your child for waiting rooms and cafes. In fact, they’re great for whenever you’re on the go!
Your child will love to build an image step by step with the help of Squiggle Pop, our resident drawing enthusiast!
Choose from three Extending From Circles series with six mini books in each:
- Farmyard Series
- Outer Space Series
- Ocean Life Series
Or increase the value, the fun and the education and buy the Squiggle Kids Extending From Circles book pack!
Maximise the value, the fun and the education with this bundle of Squiggle Kids Drawing Books.
- Adventure Fun with Squiggle Pop
- A Critter’s Day Out
- Not Just Round
- Farmyard Series Mini Drawing Books
- Outer Space Series Mini Drawing Books
- Ocean Life Series Mini Drawing Books
We’d love to know what works and what doesn’t work in our drawing activity book range and any questions you might have, as your feedback and questions will help shape what we do next!
Send an email to email@example.com – we’d love to hear from you!