Pick and Draw ~ A FUN Review!

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The last few weeks around our house have been void of technology for the kids and one of the FIRST games that our kids pulled out to play was Pick and Draw. Although it looks like a simple deck of cards, it is actually a drawing game for children {and you} that shows how to draw faces and think creatively.
 

About the Game {and Rich Davis}

Even if you don’t think you can draw, you can play this game! The Pick and Draw deck has step-by-step instruction cards, 45 sturdy ‘drawing’ cards to use while playing, and comes in a hard plastic storage case. The game itself…

  • uses basic shapes that anyone can draw {even Kaleb, our three year old tries to play along}
  • is easy to play ~ we were playing in less than 5 minutes
  • needs only basic tools to play ~ a pencil and paper
  • gets the creativity flowing!
Pick and Draw game 
One of my favorite things about this game is one little card inside the deck that talks about the Greatest Artist ~ the One who made each one of us. From the card: 
“I have made this Pick and Draw game so that you and I can draw together. I want it to be fun for you and I think you will be surprised how well you can draw. Your ability to create is a gift from God. So grab your paper and pencil and let’s draw!”
~ Rich Davis

Playing with Pick and Draw

Pick and Draw deckEach deck of cards {$10} has five different colored card sets for different parts of the character you will draw ~ face, nose, eyes, mouth, and hair. All of the cards start out face down and then one card from each category is flipped over {one at a time} and you draw that piece. You can choose to draw each ‘piece’ as large or as small as you want, making it your very own character.
 
When you are done creating your characters it’s time to name them and tell a little story about each of the creations. It would be a great {and sneaky} way to add some language activities into your school day along with a little creativity!
Pick and Draw face
 

If you want some great stocking stuffers and gifts for extended family this Christmas, you can purchase the Pick and Draw game for your family directly from the Pick and Draw site.

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Disclaimer: Thank you to Rich @ Pick and Draw for providing the review and giveaway products. This review is based on my own experiences and gives my honest opinion.

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