Sunday, October 10, 2010

Review and Giveaway- Pick and Draw

I was given the wonderful opportunity to review the really fun drawing game Pick and Draw! Pick and Draw is a fun, one-of-a-kind drawing game that teaches you how to make very creative cartoon faces. It is simple and easy to use providing endless hours of fun and learning. In five minutes or less you will know how to play!
My little guy, age 5, absolutely loved it. he made about 10 different faces and with each faces was having more and more fun, totally giggling throughout the entire activity! Lets just say that we ran out of room on the fridge as he wanted to display every one of his creations:) His confidence in drawing has jumped through the roof! He has learned how to draw faces and it is perfect because kids who learn to draw first (circle and lines) can move on to writing their letters. Check him out beginning his creation:

Pick and Draw can be played by one or more people of all ages and is an excellent way to engage in creative and imaginative thinking and best of all, it’s a lot of fun!

You can win your own Pick and Draw Game by subscribing to my blog and leaving a comment telling me how you would use this simple game. I will pick the winner via on October 31, 2010. The winner will be notified by email. I will modify this post that the winner has been chosen.

Good Luck!
Disclaimer: I was given the game Pick and Draw from creator, Rich Davis, to review and one to giveaway. The opinions in the post are mine and I was not given any compensation for my thoughts. I can't guarantee that my readers will like this game...but I'm pretty sure that they will:)


  1. This looks like lots of fun. What amazing time for me to find your blog right now. My little 5 yr old would love this.

  2. My children love to draw. This game is right up their ally ;D Thank you for the chance to win. I am already subscribed to your blog via google frind :D
    Have a beautiful day!

  3. this would be a great game for right before dinner when the kids are going off the wall, and i need somehting that will help quell the madness

  4. Oooh, I would like one of these! We would probably use it with one of our whiteboards because I am trying not to use up paper with doodles (and trying to save room on the fridge/walls!), but occasionally one of the kids might want to immortalize something they create on a regular paper.
    I can see this being fun and liberating for dd2 (who is 5), but also a great novelty for dd1 (14!) who loves cartooning of all kinds... (see a couple of the past parsha poems which she has illustrated).

  5. I am in awe of all you do! My twins would love this game. They are constantly drawing. We use reams of paper.

    Lots of Luck!


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