We begin with a drawing.

The child draws a subject (tiger), then completes the picture using their own creative ideas and techniques (tall grass blowing in the wind)—they draw their world. See SAMPLE LESSONS.

SEE THEIR ART - See the children's artwork and writing.

SEE THEIR ART - See the children's artwork and writing.

Then, write...

Drawing makes writing practice fun!  Simply introduce letter formation and basic sentence structure or focus on carefully practicing and developing handwriting skills. 

Or, use the drawing as a prompt to strengthen other language art skills: composition, creative writing, grammar and speech.

 
HANDWRITING: Fun ways to practice!

HANDWRITING: Fun ways to practice!

 
 

...and learn about the world.

The lessons in our books, Draw Write Now, Books 1-8, are grouped into themes (unit studies) which introduce history, science, social studies and geography.

The themes are broad and appear simple, but actually, are quite full. Often, the lessons spark an interest in further study.

SEE OUR BOOKS: Draw-Write-Now Award-winning!

SEE OUR BOOKS: Draw-Write-Now
Award-winning!

ABOUT US—we are the authors of Draw-Write-Now.

ABOUT US—we are the authors of Draw-Write-Now.

SAMPLES: Draw a Whale, Tiger, Swan

SAMPLES: Draw a Whale, Tiger, Swan

WRITING TOOLS: Pencils, Grips 

WRITING TOOLS: Pencils, Grips 

Drawing Makes Writing Practice Fun!

Drawing Makes Writing Practice Fun!

A Lesson When You Need It

A Lesson When You Need It