Here are some wonderful drawings received from youth that are a bit young yet to be published with BAZOOF! but certainly worth showing off their accomplishment. Thanking all the families who encouraged these young contributors to explore their creativity!Continue reading
“My name is Athul and I live in Bangalore. I love to do art, my brother and aunty also like to paint and draw. I get my ideas by looking at many books and outside in nature. I do art at school and it is one of my favourite subjects. I especially like to do pencil shading. Another hobby I have is playing the keyboard. I think art is a great activity for kids to do.” Athul, Age 11 Continue reading
Check these drawings out that Jayd, Liam and Avery sent to B! Thanks for sharing! To read ideas of drawings you can do, see below.
BAZOOF! participated in three literary events this past weekend and got a chance to mingle and enjoy the crowds that attended. The events were: Toronto Word on the Street, Word Vancouver, and Lethbridge Word on the Street. Thanking all the booth attendants and visitors who helped share the health education and creativity that BAZOOF! brings to families and communities. Continue reading
Have you ever tried to draw a platypus before? They are a very unusual animal that would be interesting to learn more about and draw a picture of. You can also draw a picture of someone you know or even yourself! See some ideas below of other images you could draw. Continue reading
Do you have a drawing that you made at home or at school? Maybe you can draw something new right now. These drawings were sent to BAZOOF! from a Grade 5 class. Thanks for sharing Richard, Cassy and Antonio!
Do you like to doodle? If so, BAZOOF! gives you lots of chances to doodle in each issue of the magazine. You’ll find doodle activities, different kinds of stickmen, and drawings that you can draw and color! Here is a doodle that Lux sent in and it got bazoof-ed into a stickman that appeared in the magazine!
So, what’s the definition of a doodle anyway? It’s a drawing that is done in a scribbly sort of style. That is what makes them so fun and easy to do!
So grab a piece of paper and a pencil and start doodling! You could even send it to B! and it could be published in the magazine, here on B! Blog or on Oay’s Black Board in BAZOOF! You never know where it might show up!