Review: Scratch and Draw Space by Top That Publishing

As part of Space Week on The SEN Resources Blog we were fortunate enough to try out the Scratch and Draw Space

A novel and fun, space themed book that encourages children to develop their drawing and mark making skills to create fantastic pictures! 

What did we like about it? 

  • Unusual– The children were transfixed by this book and what they could create. It’s such a brilliant incentive for them to practise their pencil control. 

    • Portable– It’s the perfect size to fit in a bag to keep children occupied during for car journeys, cafes etc. It also comes with the stylus (that’s attached!) so you don’t need to worry about forgetting or losing it. 

      • Teaches children about Space: They have cleverly slipped in useful and interesting facts in this books to educate children on Space whilst they are drawing! There’s also a lovely story to engage kids. 

        • Develops Fine Motor Skills– This is a fantastic resource for developing fine motor skills (read more about this here) and for developing hand strength. 

          • The Fun Doesn’t End at the End of the Book! What I particularly loved about this book was that they include a section on ‘How to make your own scratch paper’ so that when the books complete children aren’t disappointed, as they can go on to make their own! 

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