Join the Flying Squid in drawing Scrawl Scribble!
The Flying Squid Challenge #10
First, parents and their squid(s) draw a scribble on a piece of paper. Then, they pass it around and look for shapes, or possible drawings within the scribble. Can you find a tree, a rectangle, or maybe a rhinoceros? If your squids are very young, you can always help them by drawing on top of their scribble to find easier shapes, like a circle, a pair of triangles, etc.
You won’t believe it, but Chopito, the Flying Squid, found, on Naru’s scribble, a baboon reading Nietzsche while holding a cone of apricot ice cream with its tail!
Chopito couldn’t find an apricot cone or a book by Nietzsche, so he acted out the scribble by balancing mango sorbet ice cream on his foot while reading The hole book by Peter Newell.
Don’t forget to share pictures of your children’s activities with your loved ones. Please tag them: #TheFlyingSquidChallenge. We’d love to see them too. Remember, sharing this challenge with other parents in your network will give you bonus points!
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