As you know, children start out loving to scribble and create masterpieces. But by fourth grade, except for the identified
"artists", most children no longer feel good about creating art and become self-conscious about both the process and the product. What happens before fourth grade? Rules.
Kids learn they need to follow rules in order for art to be acceptable. Grass must be green, wheels must be round, people
must have noses. Their creations are no longer theirs, but become carbon copies of everyone else's in the class. There is no room for individuality, no margin for creativity. Kids
need tools to encourage creativity and individuality, not conformity. ScribbleBooks do just that.
There are no rules when coloring in a ScribbleBook, because there are no lines to stay within! There is no wrong way to
complete a ScribbleBook: Pre-schoolers are content to scribble away, while older kids enjoy adding detail and backgrounds to the illustrations in a non-restrictive format. Even adults
enjoy creating ScribblePictures! By using this novel approach ScribbleBooks help inspire creativity. The end product will be something unique to your child. Best of all, when children complete these special illustrations, art becomes fun again!