Here are some quick ideas to excite your children about drawing once again.
Tape a huge piece of paper to your kitchen table. Add containers of felt markers, pencil crayons, and wax crayons.
Set up the easel with a large piece of paper and assorted pencils and crayons. I keep a large stack of paper by my daughter's easel so that she can make as many drawings as she likes. I also rotate the drawing materials every few days.
Tape a piece of paper under a table and watch your kids delight in drawing under the table!
Drawing on different materials
Get your children to draw on tin foil, wax paper or coffee filters. Sometimes a different material can provide a fresh excitement about the activity!
Set your a mirror, some drawing implements and a piece of paper. Observe your children create masterpieces of themselves!
Place a bowl of fruit, pine cones or other assorted objects on the table. A simple provocation can provide a world of inspiration for your little artists.
Tape several markers or crayons together and observe your child explore drawing with them.
Attach a pencil on a long sting to a clipboard. Make sure there's lots of paper on the clipboard!
Light table drawings
Tape a piece of paper to a light table. Provide markers and wax crayons.