I love when I find things that not only keep the boys busy but also encourage creativity.
I made these great little doodle books for them. It’s so much fun to see what they come up with when they start with just a simple shape on a piece of paper. This is a great activity to keep for waiting rooms or for quiet times, too.
You can download the printable doodle book here. It’s 23 pages of doodle inspiration plus a cover sheet.
You can either print these at full size for bigger drawings, or do what I did and print four pages on one sheet of paper to make a travel sized booklet. Your printer settings may vary, but when I go to print, under Page Sizing and Handling, I select the “Multiple” option. Then under “Pages per sheet” you want “2 by 2.”
There are so many options you have with these doodle books. After you cut apart the pages and you can staple them together to make a little mini book to give to your kiddo. Or you can give them the pages one by one.
And these aren’t just for the kids. I had fun making doodles with them.