Monday, December 16, 2013

Pick and Draw

imagePick and Draw

About the product

Pick and Draw was developed to be used in my presentations to children of all ages at public libraries and schools. I knew that most kids that I drew with at these one hour sessions I would never see again, and wanted to help them unlock new pathways of visual thinking…empower them, and do it in an unsuspecting fun way.

That is when Pick and Draw was born.

My Thoughts

I stumbled on this cute little card game that will encourage your child and yourself to draw on facebook.   Somehow I saw a post about it.  I was curious, explored their website and decided to request it.   Pick and Draw is a fun little product that will stimulate you in drawing .   I particularly like the fact that you can develop the gift of drawing that God has given us and that you can use the cards to share the Gospel (as shown on their website).

Essentially, the product is in fact a card game where you need to pick a card from each set – face, nose, eyes, mouth, and hair.   You can’t look at the faces of the cards.  Keep each color card face down in front of you.   Now you will need paper and a pencil.   Once you have the tools you need to proceed, flip the red card and draw whatever shape shown on the card.  Slowly at every step of the way (as soon as you finish one card you need to flip another one – red, green, purple, blue, and orange) you will discover the character that you are drawing.   There is no card for ears and you can do them as soon as you have completed the face, nose, eyes, and mouth.   As you advance the drawing you are allowed to erase any of the face shape that need to be removed as you draw.    The last card you are allowed to draw is the hair one – orange – and you have to add the hair you see on  the card. 

I think the product is great to encourage anyone to develop their ability to draw.  I have a child who shows an interest in drawing and this product will be perfect for him.  But the product is so much fun that I think we will all use it when we need to take a break from our homeschool.

See this little video to discover what Pick and Draw is all about!

Pick and Draw is available at their website for the price of 10$ + shipping for an individual pack.  

Disclaimer: Thanks to Pick and Draw for sending me the above mentioned product for review purposes. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way. All opinions expressed here are only my own.

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