NATIONAL SCRIBBLE DAY
National Scribble Day on March 27 inspires children to kindness through art.
Each of us starts out as a little colorful, wrinkled up human being with eyes, nose and sometimes a shock of hair. Our personality develops as we go. We’re a bit like a scribble.
Children’s scribbles become more than just scribbles when eyes and a smile are added. Somehow a personality leaps onto the page and with it, encouragement for children to grow and express themselves. The positive result looking back at them spreads a surge of joy that is infectious.
That’s what’s so wonderful about scribbles – anyone can make them no matter their ability. This means everyone from Grandpa to the smallest family member can join in the day. Gather up the crayons in every color and scribble up smiles for everyone!
HOW TO OBSERVE
Scribble with a child on National Scribble Day. Whether it laughs, dances or grins, it doesn’t really matter. The child can laugh, dance and grin, too! Educators, visit new.dianealber.com/scribbleday/ for resources and to sign up for stickers.
Use #NationalScribbleDay to share your scribbles on social media.
Diane Alber, author of I’m NOT Just a Scribble, founded National Scribble Day in 2019 to share a message of kindness and acceptance and to encourage children to create art no matter their ability. Every artist started with a scribble!
The Registrar at National Day Calendar® proclaimed National Scribble Day to be observed annually on March 27th.
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