December 19, 2019

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Draw Together

Drawn Together is told by Minh Lê but it is the drawings by Caldecott Medalist Dan Santat that really make this story wonderful.  When a young boy and his grand father find that they can not communicate due to a language barrier they discover drawing as a common language they both share.  This is perfect for Grandparents Day or any unit on family or celebrating diversity in our community.


The games below are advertisement free and will open in a new window. They can be played by children online as many times as they like. The Match Up Memory Card Game will allow children to improve their memory while the Maze Game lets them develop strategy and problem solving skills while having fun. These games will also build children's attention, concentration and focus, visual recognition and short-term memory. Enjoy.

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Drawn Together – Zentangle

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Drawn Together – Zentangle Dictionary

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