Jumbo Games launches new Dessineo Learn to Draw educational toy

Published on: 5th July 2017

Dessineo Learn to Draw teaches children how to draw in four stages. 

Dessineo Learn to Draw educational learning aid stimulates the creativity and imaginations of young children by teaching them how to actually draw, rather than just trace an image.

The Dessineo drawing aid teaches children how to draw in four simple steps – basic outline, adding elements to the basic outline, adding detail, and completing the picture on the stencil. There are three increasing levels of drawings for children to practice, increasing their confidence and ability to draw more shapes and pictures. Dessineo features a light up projector that, when turned on, creates an outline of the stencil shown on the transparent picture discs, simplifying drawing around the lines whilst enlarging the picture on the stencil by more than 200%.

Dessineo provides children with simple shapes as a stencil and a wide variety of drawings such as animals, vehicles, fantasy characters, and buildings. There are 10 sheets of A4 drawing paper that are already pre-printed with backgrounds such as an underwater theme for the fish template, an outer space theme for the rocket ship, and a festively decorative background for the Father Christmas template. Children can use also their imaginations to mix & match the pictures to the different backgrounds, by using black A4 paper. There are also over 30 additional templates that parents can download for their kids.

Stewart Middleton, managing director at Jumbo Games, commented: “We are really excited to have launched our brand new educational focused toy and bring something new and innovative to the market. Dessineo is a really great way to make artistic learning fun for young children and we feel it will be a big hit with budding young artists and parents in the UK.”

Everything can be easily stored inside the drawing board by lifting up the transparent lid, so kids can take it with them wherever they go.


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