Doodle Your Day
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Doodle Your Day introduces your child to microjournaling: journaling in small bits. With 365 doodle and journaling prompts for your young artists, Doodle Your Day makes microjournaling easy.
One-of-a-kind Illustrated Keepsake
From drawing today’s weather to sketching what made them laugh on International Moment of Laughter Day, kids will love exploring their imagination with such an immense variety of topics. The occasional topics that repeat themselves through the year (what I ate for lunch and what I learned today), will add historical life reference points to this one-of-a-kind illustrated keepsake.
Expand Your Child’s Creative Juices
Not strictly a doodle book, your child will occasionally be encouraged to paste or journal using the “wacky word of the day” in a sentence. Doodle Your Day is an easy, appealing way to expand your child’s creative juices. Ages 8 and older.
If, like our family, you are Christians who are particularly choosy about what you hand off to your children, you will find that a few of these exercises will warrant skipping. Overall, however, this is such an excellent book that we couldn’t resist offering it to you.
Text by: Anita Wood
Drawings by: Jennifer Kalis
Dimensions: 7 x 9 1/2"
Publisher: Gibbs M Smith
Printed In: China
Awards and Endorsements:
Voted one of the top "boredom busters" by FamilyFun magazine
This has been a really fun way for my 6th grader to journal. Some days he is more into it than others but it’s always fun. He especially likes the “wacky word of the day”. Monkeyshines is a new addition to his vocabulary now!
This is just a fun add on to the school day. My son loves this book.
I love this for our daily morning warm up. My daughter loves this and I have a whole book of her creations as a keepsake!
There's just something extra fun and liberating about doodles... No need to color, unless you want to, and nothing but a black pen or marker needed...My boys love this one, it gets their creative juices flowing just enough to not frustrate them, and it gets them thinking and imagining...
This is almost like a child’s version of a gratitude journal. My daughter wanted to fill out the whole book the first day!