As a Kindergarten teacher, it was my responsibility to teach Gifted and Talented lessons in my classroom. As part of that I would do scribbles with my students.
Students take the scribble and draw something that uses the scribble in it, it can be part of it or even something in the background. Everyone sees something different, and imagination is the key here. After they have created their drawing, students should write a brief description of what is going on in the scene above.
I have created lines for the students to write on and the date. If you choose to keep it in a journal format (cover included) the date becomes key in watching their development. These are great to use in parent conferences and for documentation when trying to decide who to nominate for the Gifted and Talented program.
There are a total of 30 scribble pages.