With so many electronic games out there, it’s wonderful to see a product like Doodle Roll. Something that inspires imagination and creativity no matter where you are. The act of teaching a child to write, draw and think beyond the scope of our eyes is all done with a piece of paper, a crayon and the endless possibilities of their minds. We, as parents, strive to get them to try – try – try again until they’ve mastered simple lines and circles and then one day they begin to draw shapes that form castles and world’s beyond our scope; something that the digital age hasn’t quite been able to capture.
Take a moment out of your day and Vote for Doodle Roll to be placed On The Shelf at Walmart. In some way I felt that by voting for them it would be like voting for products that instill the creative thought. It takes just a moment, you can Vote once a day until April 3rd via Text Message or Facebook. I know they would greatly appreciate it.
Doodle Roll is also one of our Spring Seeds Features so keep an eye out for our Review!
I did not receive anything for this promotion. I have a deep affinity and respect for paper that I believe is one of the greatest products of our mental evolution. Opinions are my own and were not influenced by anything.
Amanda is a stay-at-home Mom of two boys, a teen and a tot. She loves to share stories, talk about education, movies, books and coffee. A big supporter of community building and outreach, Amanda shares many activities, entertainment and events in her local area of St. Louis.
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