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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Pick and Draw Review & Giveaway

We have been playing Pick and Draw and it is a huge hit at our house. My girls love this game. The first time we played the girls had a friend from CO over for a few days. Amber was tired of playing dress up so her and I started playing Pick and Draw. We were having such a good time that the other girls joined in after the first couple of rounds and they played for hours.

Pick and Draw is a card game where you draw cartoon characters. It is $10.00 and is being played all over the world. The cards are divided into 5 categories. One card is taken from each category without looking at it. First you turn over the Face card and draw the shape that is on the card for your face. The next card is from the Nose category then the Eyes, Mouth, and Hair. The nose, eyes, mouth, and hair can be drawn at different angles, sizes, & positions but you must use the shape that is turned over. Once the round is over everyone has a different looking character. Pick and Draw suggests that you name each character and answer a few questions about them.

We had so much fun and we thought each character had a different personality. Once we were done we named each one and decided where we thought they would work. My girls enjoyed this game so much that they have played through the cards several times at once or if they only have a few minutes they will get them out and draw a couple of characters. I'm thinking this will be fun to take in the car on vacation and use with our draw erase boards.
This is a sheet of Amber's characters.
Rich Davis created Pick and Draw so that you can draw together. He wants you to have fun and thinks you will be surprised at how well you can draw. Rich has written several children's books and gives presentations at schools and libraries.

Rich Davis was generous enough to send a Pick and Draw game to one of my lucky readers.

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I received Pick and Draw free of charge to play with my children in exchange for my review.

30 comments:

Laura Lane said...

It can be used in a group setting.

Lisa said...

The game was developed for use in libraries and public schools.

Martha said...
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Martha said...

It teaches how to draw cartoon faces.

Sara @ Embracing Destiny said...

I learned that the creator of the cards also does children's books!

I have been trying to win this game for the longest time on different blogs, but never have!

Swinging On Small Hinges said...

This looks like fun. It teaches how to use your imagination and we need MORE of that here! :)

Athena said...

I learned that there are 60000 different possibilities in the game!

Anonymous said...

I love how it sets everyone up to succeed! June B

Jennifer said...

Used to "unlock new pathways to visual thinking"

Kimberly said...

I learned that the creator started it to use at school presentations.

lisa said...

The game was developed for use in libraries and public schools

Kimberly said...

It gets kids excited about drawing.

Wendy Rozema said...

i learned that it's very easy to lean & provides hours of fun!

Jackie said...

Learned there are 60,000 different possiblities in a deck of cards

Kristen said...

I learned that both parents and kids like the game.

kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

Cariann said...

Wow, I didn't realize there were so many options with just 1 deck of cards.

Kristi S said...

I learned that you can buy it for $10


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Nancy said...

I learned you can know how to play in 5 minutes or less!

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Char W said...

I learned that it helps foster creativity and using imagination. I love that it is easy to learn and easy to play. It would make an easy "on the go" waiting game for at the doctor's office, restaurant, etc.

deanna said...

they say it takes 5 minutes or less to know how to play
xoxoxo

Bonita Buckley said...

was developed for libraries

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Jennica and Preston said...

I learned that you can do it alone or in a group setting. Awesome!

Danielle Williams said...

There are 60,000 different possibilities in the game (a deck of cards).

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NwHome steader said...

It helps kids with visual thinking!

Jackie said...

I like Lisa Cay on facebook

janetfaye said...

I learned: This makes “success” possible providing a good kind of confidence to encourage continued learning.

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Diana said...

I learned you can use it with a group
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Candie L said...

I like that it can be played with only 1 person. Thank you

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jadavis said...

I learned that Pick and Draw was developed to be used in presentations to children of all ages at public libraries and schools.
Jadavis42@students.tntech.edu

Vicki Vix said...

I learned that Pick and Draw was developed to be used in presentations to children of all ages at public libraries and schools.
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