I found a fun activity product that inspires creativity in kids. Randomline sent me this awesome doodle pad to review with my kids. I love games that help my children learn and studies show doodling is great for creativity, like "super-food" for the mind. Everyone is capable of doodling, creating his or her own masterpiece, and the line Squiggle activity pads and games is a simple vehicle to make that happen. This activity pads will bring enjoyment while inspiring creativity.
SQUIGGLE On-The-Go Doodle Pads are a pad of paper attached to a spinner. Them come in many different themes. We received Barnyard Animals to review. Each piece of paper has a squiggle on it. The child spins the spinner and whatever animal it lands on is the one they will doodle. My 6 year old son spun the spinner and it landed on a chicken. He had to then start with the squiggle and doodle the rest of the chicken. He was excited to draw on the pad of paper and drew his chicken, not bad for a 6 year old.
I love that these doodle pads are small enough to fit in a purse, the paper is the size of those sticky note pads. I can see these Squiggle On-The-Go Doodle Pads being great for doctor visits, standing in lines, and car trips. We have a car trip planned and my son will be packing this in his car bag to play with. The teacher in me loves that this simple activity pad will help my childs brain power and memory as well as offering a creative outlet.
http://randomline.com/ also sells many other games and activity pads to help make learning fun for children.
RandomLine, Inc. was created in 2002 by a dad who loves to play, John Kiely. His goal is to offer products that encourage children to be creative and use their imagination. No Noise. No Batteries. Simply Imagination is RandomLine’s motto.
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Keep on doodling . . . or squiggling as we call it.
"These opinions are my own and I was sent the above mention product in hopes that I would write a review about it."