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Drawing with Preschoolers

March 9, 2016

GO DRAW

 

A precursor to writing is drawing.

 

Being able to control the pencil to produce scribbles, patterns and drawing is an important pre-writing skill. However, sometimes it can be hard for a child to draw straight from their imagination with no prompts.

 

One game you can play is duo-drawing, where you add one feature, then they add the next, and so on. Or adding features to drawing prompts, like in these drawing books I found in KMart this week!

 

 

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