I have visits from great nieces, nephews, granddaughters, friends...what do you do with kids when the weather's bad and you'd prefer they do something other than sit in front of the TV set all day?
I give them paper, crayons, pencils and receive drawings for my fridge, help them make cards for Mom and Dad or just draw for the fun of it. I watch the small kids learn to write and control themselves with color crayons and finally "draw".
A much better investment than a TV, movies and a lot more fun!
Of course, one word of caution, get a tablet for each kid...it's just easier and a lot less hassles. And besides, the price is right!
If you're looking for simple and good quality drawing paper, this is it. It's not one of those giant pads that are kind of annoying to handle. This is a great size for little kids (my daughter is 18 months old) to draw on. So far we've only done crayons on this paper, and it works really well. The paper is a good weight for drawing.
My great grandchildren were here recently for a vist and I had gotten each of them a drawer pad book and crayola crayons and they sat and had a wonderful time drawing all kinds of pictures. I recommend these very inexpensive drawing pads for children.