And pre schoolers need to draw to hone their fine motor skills and eventually as a form of communication through drawing pictures to tell a story as was listed in our previous post about kindergarten readiness.
So getting your children into drawing is great pre school development and it is important to give little ones ample opportunity to get scribbling.
Here is a creation by my girls during our freestyle drawing and Mummy's efforts as they near the end of it where I get involved and we have some additional fun learning by showing them things such as their name, letters of the alphabet, the first letter of the crayon colors and shapes.
I like to use large sheets of butchers paper I pick them up at a local stationary store and get 5 large pieces for 50 cents my favorite crayons are the washable easy grip my first Crayola set.
We encourage you to let your young ones have several opportunities a week to get lost in the world of drawing it is great for them and great for you to share this together.
Happy Play Times :-)