Squiggle On-The-Move

Snapshot_20100922_5 Ever on the lookout for ways to entertain my children while they are confined to a car or plane, I was happy to give the Squiggle drawing pad from RandomLine.com a try.

What is a SQUIGGLE anyway?

A squiggle is a random line. It can be squiggly, wiggly, wavy or just wacky! It’s simply the start of something. A squiggle may blossom into a beautiful flower, speed off into a cool race car or simply form a funny face. It’s up to you and your imagination to transform it into a work of art!

The Squggle-on-the-move drawing pad includes 4 markers stored in a flip-open, magnetic-close compartment, and a thick pad of paper, each sheet featuring a pre-printed eclectic squiggle line.

You can spin the wheel on the card at the top of the pad to give you inspiration about what form of transportation to draw.

I drew a dump truck (I think), using the squiggle as a crazy mouth:

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Deeds drew a…one of these:

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It looks like an orbit of sorts…lets go with “rocket”.

I think RandomLine products are a good, no-tech way to pass the time and learn how to see things a little differently.

A fun creative exercise and entertainment all rolled into one; no batteries required!

Enter to win any On-The-Go Activity pad or Hurry Up! (your choice!)

1.) To enter to win, visit RandomLine.com and tell me which On-The-Go Activity pad or Hurry Up! you would choose, and why.

One winner will be chosen at random.

2.) Email subscribers get an extra entry for as long as their subscription is active.

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This giveaway is open to those with a US mailing address.

This contest will close on October 3, 2010, at midnight CST.

  • Lisa Taylor

    I would choose the SQUIGGLE® 20 Questions lezanac@yahoo.com

  • Lisa Taylor

    Randomline twitter follower @lezanac

  • Lisa Taylor

    email subscriber

  • Celia

    I liked the Alphabet SQUIGGLE® On-The-Go

  • Steph
  • Nicole D.

    I would choose the SQUIGGLE® Shapes On-The-Go
    Ages 4 and Up pad because it would help my daughter work on learning her shapes! Thanks!

  • Lisa L

    SQUIGGLE Barnyard On-The-Go would be fun for my son since he likes animals!

  • Lisa L

    I’m an email subscriber

  • trixx

    I’d love to have the SQUIGGLE Shapes and Colors to help my daughter practice drawing shapes.

  • trixx

    I subscribe via email.

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  • julia

    like the SQUIGGLE® 20 Questions

  • julia

    email subscriber

  • julia

    follow sponsor twitter 9ziggy

  • katklaw777

    i like the Hurry-Up! The Dice Game for ages 8 & up. thanks

  • katklaw777

    I subscribe via email.

  • Donna K

    SQUIGGLE Mix Up looks fun. My kids would love it.

  • Donna K

    subscriber

  • Donna K

    I follow @RandomLine on Twitter.(donnak4)

  • Gianna

    SQUIGGLE® Mix Up.. I think my daughter will like it.