Amanda says, “Kids need to learn how to draw. They need the fine motor skills that come with holding a pencil and making a certain shape. This is the first step towards making them writers. How can you do this in a fun yet structured way? You can find a fun resource like Draw and Learn Faces!” Read the rest of her review at Hopkins Homeschool.
Jeni says, “…my kids of varied ages were actually fighting over the same workbook: one that helped them with fine motor skills and phonics… They worked independently and gained confidence. We whole-heartedly recommend it for any young kid who loves to doodle!” Read the rest of her review at Cosmic Montessori School.
Melissa says, “I’m excited to introduce you to Draw and Learn Animals and Places. I had the opportunity to try this book both with Allen (3 years old) and Dominic (5 years old)… Some of the things that I like best about it are the fact that it’s very bright and colorful. The instructions are clear and simple. There are a lot of examples so that your child can see something first before drawing it.” Read the rest of her review at Life, Love, and Dirty Diapers.
Tina says, “If you have a child between the ages of 4-7 I would definately recommend I Can Doodle Rhymes. It is fun, educational, and interactive. What more could a child want? We were able to take the ending of the rhyming words to practise our phonics. For me to be able to explain the sounds of the blends together and then have the kids not only draw, but to write as well was phenomenal. Two thumbs up from all us!” Read the rest of her review at My Penned Heart.
Jeni says, “What I like is Draw and Learn Faces really fosters a sense of independence. That’s what we’re all about around these parts — a solid stretch of time where he is working on fine motor and improving dexterity all by his big boy self — and he has no clue because it’s so engaging. Plus, Mom can independently pop into the kitchen and drink coffee while it’s still warm. Both huge wins in my book.” Read the rest of her review at Cosmic Montessori School.
Jess says, “I am a big believer that learning should be fun and that the more fun you have, the more you will be learning. That kinder age is such a special time when kids have voracious appetites for learning and it is so important to foster that and continue to make it fun. I Can Doodle Rhymes does just that!” Read the rest of her review at Educating Everywhere.
Dana says, “We love activity books for kids that are filled with bright colors, fun images, and thick paper. We’re happy to share we’ve found a fantastic activity book geared towards kids ages 3-6 that has all of that. Draw and Learn Animals and Places has approximately 100 double-sided pages of prompts that center around drawing and learning about animals and places. To see all the fun we had with this activity book, as well as many photos of the interior pages, please continue reading…” Read the rest of her review at The Art Kit.
MaryAnne says, “My daughter Anna loves art. She’s been drawing and painting since she was a baby. She is also my first child to NOT learn to read on their own by kindergarten… Anna’s literacy classes so far this year focused mainly on listening to audible books, looking through books on her own, and being read to by me, Mike, and the other kids. But when Timberdoodle offered me the chance to review I Can Doodle Rhymes, I knew I’d found a kindergarten literacy program that Anna would love!” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.
Amanda says, “I love anything that keeps my 4-year-old busy while I work with my older 3 children. When I saw this Draw & Learn activity book available for review, I knew I had to try it out and I was not disappointed.” Read the rest of her review at Joyful Wife Life.