more drawing resources

More drawing resources

Want some Summer drawing inspo?

We wrote an article for MAMAMAG, a Melbourne Mama publication, for Dec/Jan and you can read it here:

https://www.mamamag.com.au/2019/12/06/summer-drawing-fun/

Want 10 drawing activity ideas for families in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic?

We wrote an article for CHILD Magazines in April 2020 and you can read it here:

A drawing a day…our top 10 drawing activity ideas for families

 

Squiggle Kids recommends

Here are some books we recommend for ideas for drawing with kids:

The Book of Mistakes by Corinna Luyken – a beautiful picture book that encourages children to think differently about mistakes. Perhaps they are part of the creative journey and lead to something wonderful? Perhaps they, just like all of our successes, go towards making us who we are?

It’s not scribble to me by Kate Ritchie – a gorgeous picture book that highlights drawing as a tool of communication and expression for children, while also acknowledging the difficulties parents can face with the mess of it all! The final page invites parents to draw with their children: “Could you sit next to me, and please draw me the magical things that you see?”

Art workshops for children by Herve Tullet – provides inspiration for 11 art activities for adults to do with children at home, at school, at parties or other special events

Drawing activity inspo!

Miss You Card Template

Is your child missing their grandparents or another special person in this pandemic?

This FREE printable “Miss You” card template helps your child get started on a card to a loved one – with a structure, some ideas and a sweet jingle – because sometimes it’s hard to get started!

Draw, colour, create patterns, paste on cut-outs or add stamps or stickers – it’s up to your child to make it their own!

In this time of significant dislocation, a Miss You card project offers a creative and expressive outlet for your child and a card that will warm a loved one’s heart!

Download and print here.

Father’s Day “No.1 Dad” Card Template

Does your child have a No.1 Dad?

Make this Father’s Day extra special with a heart-warming handmade card from your child.

This FREE printable Father’s Day “No.1 Dad” card template helps your child get started on a Father’s Day card – with a structure and some ideas – because sometimes it’s hard to get started!

Draw, colour, create patterns, paste on cut-outs or add stamps or stickers – it’s up to your child to make it their own!

Download and print here.

Drawing activity inspo!

Drawing activity 1: Copy these lines onto a piece of paper.

Ask: Where am I? What am I doing?

Drawing activity for children

Drawing activity 2: Copy this shape onto a piece of paper.

Ask: What can I do with this?