Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Squiggle On-The-Go Product Review

I want to tell you about a new product that my family has been enjoying, Squiggle On-The-Go Barnyard version.  Squiggle doodle pads are based on the simple concept of turning a squiggly line into a picture.  It gives children a starting point of where to begin while encouraging creativity.  It can take away the intimidation sometimes felt from a blank piece of paper. 

 The kids circled around watching.

Simply spin the wheel to select your animal and try to draw the spun animal beginning with the squiggle you are given.

A's first squiggle, she spun a horse

A's finished horse

A wasn't excited about her first attempt but I thought she did a good job.  And as we continued playing I noticed improvement in everyone's drawings.  There is something to be said about practicing!

 B working on a chicken

 B's favorite was her rabbit.

 C working on his pig

His finished pig with a loop :).

D and her pig, not bad for a 4 year old!

My rooster

 And David's turkey

 I love that we can play at home, in the car, at the park - anywhere!  It truly is portable and able to go with you.  Children and adults can both appreciate having this around and creating works of art.

The Squiggle line of award winning games and activity pads now include over 30 doodle pads and Spin and Seek hidden-object pads that offer something for all ages and interests.  The pads are designed for ages 4 and up and retail for $4.99/$5.99.

Disclosure:  I received the Squiggle-on-the-Go Barnyard version to facilitate my review.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.


Natalie said...

This looks like it would be a lot of fun, I need to find this at the store, the kids love drawing this could be fun to do drunk too (not with the kids tho, lol)

Today's The Best Day said...

These are SO SO fun!! Perfect to keep the kids busy this Summer! Love it.

Debi Gerhart said...

I love this. My daughter would have so much fun.

Lisa said...

My Girls Will Love This I Must Get Looks Like Hours Of Entertainment TY!

Unknown said...

This looks like fun. You kids can draw better than I can. Sigh even my stick figures look crazy lol.