Drawing Big!

There are times when children need to draw something really big. Drawing big, however, can be difficult if the paper is only small.

Drawing Big

At times like these, creativity and problem-solving come into their own. Sometimes you just have to think 'outside the box' ... or in this case ... the paper!

So what do you do when your children wants to draw something enormous? Where do they draw?

On a flattened cardboard box? The bigger the better (e.g., a fridge box).

On the trampoline with chalk?

On the sidewalk?

On a long roll of butcher's paper?

On a big whiteboard or chalkboard?

I'd love to hear your ideas. Feel free to leave a comment on this post or on our facebook page.

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