I absolutely love this app, bar the music at the beginning. At first, Doodlecast (£1.99) just looks like another drawing app which we have many, but if I’m honest we prefer paper and crayons for that. What I really love about this one is that the children can record their own narrations whilst drawing the pictures. It comes with a selection of templates for inspiration (shopping trolley, park, dinner late, faces etc) or you can start from a blank canvas.
In addition, if you set it up, it will automatically upload the final product to YouTube which makes it incredibly easy to share with friends and family!
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I was doing a bit of crafts or ‘craps’ as Madame calls it this afternoon while husband was catching some zzz’s. Art is not my forte but I do enjoy doing it. I was painstakingly cutting out some circles for flower petals. We glued them onto the paper and added a stem and some butterfly stickers. Then hubby strolled in and scribbled on the petals! Grrr! I can’t believe how upset I got. He ruined our masterpiece I felt deflated. It reminded me that I’ll need to be sensitive with Madame about her artwork.
He did make amends by doing a couple more pictures with her and no, I didn’t scribble on them.
Under the sea!
In the Jungle!
A question for you: When doing artwork with my 2 year old I tend to draw (badly) houses, cars, bicycles, butterflies, etc but she’s only at the stage of doing scribbles, very good ones I might add. But, on a couple of occasions after I’ve drawn something she says ‘I can’t draw’ and insists that I do it….should we stick to doing scribbles as well?