Scribble Book - Pencil Control: 162 Pages

Scribble Book - Pencil Control: 162 Pages

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This package includes: 162 pages

Included in this package:

  • Simple Stories: Reading or Listening
  • Learning to Scribble in engaging scenes
  • Scribbling Objects By Colur: Working on Pencil Control, Colour Recognition and Speech Development
  • Counting Number And Sentence Structure : 
  • Flashcards for Speech Development
  • Other Fun Activities


This book is part of a series of programs to bridge the gap between IBI programs and the Standardized Educational System. The book can be used at home, in the educational system and part of a specialized program. It is not limited to children with special needs but it designed and written in such a way to include this population. 

The scribble book was designed to help the child learn how to hold a pencil and develop pre-printing skills in a fun and engaging way. The book is more than just a scribbling book, it works on speech development, math, reading skills, comprehension and sentence development while working on fine motor skills. 

We have provided visual pictures for the child to see how to pick up and hold a pencil. At times, it may be difficult for the child to hold a pencil in the correct way, but, we feel it is important to teach the right steps, and to provide a fun and engaging environment. We want to take the pressure out of learning. Equally important for the child is to work on different skills at the same time. 

Bonding and having fun with scribbling, while concentrating on other academic skills makes learning adventurous. We hope you enjoy the program. We are supporters of Inclusive Learning, and thus, have developed a program that can be used by all children in a classroom setting. Please visit us at for more programs.



9 Reviews

  • 5
    Scribble Book

    Posted by Theodecia Sanderson on 2024 May 29th

    I love the variety of context and scribble patterns that are encouraged. It inspired language in so many ways. This needs to become a children book series.

  • 5
    A must have program

    Posted by Ikabandung on 2017 Sep 6th

    I love this book. My son is having difficulty in fine motor. So, naturally , he doesn't like anything to do with fine motor activities. I have been looking for a program that can teach colouring and scribing step by step. And this book really suits with that.

  • 5
    Developmentally appropriate & icon based text

    Posted by Unknown on 2017 Aug 29th

    As a special education teacher who works with kindergarten & first grade students who are not yet literate or have low literacy skills and low receptive or expressive communication skills I greatly appreciate the color pictures, simple directions and icon supported text.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 2017 Jul 27th

    Nice product!

  • 5
    scribbling support

    Posted by Unknown on 2017 Jul 8th

    Nice resource for teaching beginning writing skills! Thanks for sharing!

  • 5
    Learning made fun.

    Posted by Unknown on 2017 Feb 20th

    Creative way for students to be engaged in writing.

  • 5
    Highly Reccommend

    Posted by Laura -Teacher on 2017 Jan 19th

    Tons of activities, works on a number of skills, lots of repitition, extremely engaging
    Using it in my classroom - recommended it to the JK classroom for typically developing children - she loved it too!

  • 5
    Pre writing/drawing workbook

    Posted by Suzanne on 2016 Aug 19th

    Love this colorful workbook, filled with innovative, repetitive practice on a variety of language, fine motor and cognitive skills. Can't wait to start using it!

  • 5
    Fun and Engaging

    Posted by Kim on 2016 Jun 27th

    Love all the drawings and how fun it is for little kids, they love all the activities - looking forward to more