I Can Doodle Rhymes
Wow, a lot of critical skills have been packed into I Can Doodle Rhymes! Handwriting, spelling, and even doodling – the perfect balance between structure and imagination – are built on and expanded in this happy, colorful volume.
Each I Can Doodle Rhymes spread offers two pages of corresponding activities. For example, a left page coaches your child to write the words pup and cup, and the right page asks him to doodle a pup on a cup and then a cup on a pup. In this way reading, handwriting, and spelling skills are reinforced throughout. Using simple, cartoon-style drawings to serve as models for budding artists, this ingenious combo of comical drawing lessons and rhyme ensures fun, stress-free learning.
Author: Travis Foster
Publisher: Blue Apple Books
My Kindergartener loves to draw; but, got bored with this super fast.
I save the fun workbook as little breaks between reading, spelling, and printing her letters. My daughter loves them! Creative, fun, and it gives her a chance to color. Win, win, win!
I wasn't sure what to expect from this book when we brought, but I am glad I did. The book is beautiful with vibrant colors and thick pages. My son who is 5 years old loves this book. Is one of my favorite as well. We look forward to all the rhymes and making the drawings. You will not regret this purchase.it makes rhyming fun!
Both of my kids love this book. They think the pictures are funny and like to add their own. My oldest- the rule follower-tries to copy the examples given, then adds a little. My youngest- the free spirit- loves the freedom to draw creatively.
This is a book we sometimes don’t do during our official school time and I like to pack it for trips as it is lightweight. It’s easy to pull out in a restaurant when the kid’s menu isn’t good enough.
It does take us longer than one year to do as it is put off a lot, as much as they like it, but that’s ok. As it doesn’t follow a strict schedule, it’s just a good thing to have available.
This is a fun book for the child who loves to draw and is learning about rhyming words! My 5 year old enjoys it. It is nothing fancy but is an easy way to add a little bit of fun to the school day.