Faith, Family, Love and Reviews

Review of “The Big Book of Pick and Draw Activities” by Rich Davis

on January 1, 2013

I had the chance to use and review the Pick and Draw game last year (review is here) and we’ve continued to have a blast playing this drawing game so when I was contacted by Rich Davis to review The Big Book of Pick and Draw Activities I knew I had to check out this book that is a compilation of fun activities by many professionals who work with children in a variety of fields.  There are 138 pages that are chock full of step by step activities for such things as using Pick and Draw to answer what are you like questions, make educational posters, grief counseling, flexible drawings for students with autism and other disorders, sharing the Gospel with Pick and Draw and more.

This book also contains over 200 fun and captivating illustrations by Rich Davis.  The materials list at the beginning of each activity will let you be prepared before leading the activity that best fits what you need to do with Pick and Draw and then you’re led step by step through the process including what kind of discussions that can be gained as you work with the children on the activity or after.  The book can be used for homeschool families to add another dimension to art classes, writing, speaking and listening.  Others can also make use of this book and the game – teachers, Sunday School teachers, Christian missionaries, youth workers, Special Needs workers and more.

The book can be found on Amazon for $13.00 and it’s well worth it for all the activities, ideas and illustrations that are included and if you need the game you can buy that at Pick and Draw (you will need the cards to use the activities in the book).  I know we will now get a lot more use out of our cards by having this book on hand for future reference.

**Disclaimer:  I was sent a copy of this book from Rich Davis in exchange for my honest opinion, no other compensation was given.  Post may contain affiliate links.


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