Young children will enjoy Happy Draw Bug, by Lodewijk Loos. Follow the happy bug to make a variety of shapes, figures and letters. There are 40 drawings to make that can be saved to the camera roll. Great for children learning to master fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination in a fun way. Create a car or penguin or even a colorful flower. This would be an app to use in a preschool or kindergarten art class or at a drawing station in the elementary grades. Both print and cursive are offered with a surprise when the drawing is completed.
Happy Draw Bug is easy to learn, yet challenging enough to master. But most of all it’s fun.
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