Pick and Draw Game…a worldwide
Pick and Draw Game . . . a worldwide phenomenon.
A simple deck of cards . . . colorful, unique, inexpensive ($10)
and comes with its own sturdy case. Possibilities? 60,000 differ-
ent cartoon face combinations anyone can draw. Just for fun?
Sorry . . . it has a whole lot more uses than just drawing fun.
Here’s how it works.
What others say:
Grandparents Public School Teachers
Early Education and here.
National Parenting Center Seal of Approval award
Autism Spectrum help PAD Bingo!
Art Education Occupational Therapy
Birthday Party Fun!
Church Mission Trips and youth group meetings (see activity
book) Compassion International trip
Sharing the Gospel of Christ with children
A huge help!
Activities book loaded with fun Activities anytime, anywhere
“This resource shows you multiple ways to use the Pick and Draw
card game to help kids draw, write and learn almost anything.
Reviews Buy Book Draw with Rich Davis Blog
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Victus Study Skills System
Study Smarter, Not Harder
Do your students really know how to study? Studying is
something all students are expected to do, but seldom are they
taught effective methods.
Victus Study Skills System is a systems approach to study.
Mastering isolated skills might achieve high test scores, but
long-term success comes when students view studying as a way
Help prepare your students in:
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• Note taking, test taking
• Reading comprehension
• Improving existing habits & learning new ones
• Studying smarter, not harder
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