DIY Doodle Pages

The girls are into doodling since I bought from Taobao a doodle book. And I bought that book because I saw the ones by Usbourne selling at MPH. The prices are really super expensive at $35 to $40. So when I found something similar on Taobao, I just bought one to try with them. Surprising it was a hit. 

I remember speaking to someone that doodling is good for kids’ imagination and writing, so it is obvious that I am very happy that my late-bloomer finally enjoys some form of doodling. 

I have always said that google is my best friend when it comes to searching for things and I am so right. I found some really cool gems. Here’s some of them from http://www.artful-adventures.co.uk.

 

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Then upon more google, I decided that it’s not too difficult to draw my own doodle pages and since the girls are into houses and butterflies, I tried my hands at it. It’s really easy peasy. Completed each in less than 2 minutes and all I needed was paper and black marker. 

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So, now the hardworking daddy is busy binding these pages together. Hopefuly, our plan to get them off ipad and iphone watching during meal time outside will be solved. 

 

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