2/17/12 2/17/12 POPSUGAR Moms iPhone Apps Drawing iPad Apps For Kids Scribble This! 5 Drawing iPad Apps For Budding Artists February 17, 2012 by Rebecca Gruber 24 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow If mama's iPad has become your lil one's plaything of choice, it's time to load it up with tot-friendly apps that do more than fling birds into grimacing pigs. While paper and crayons have a traditional place at the table, the iPad is quickly becoming the drawing apparatus of choice for kiddies everywhere. We've rounded up a handful of drawing apps that do more than just put lines on the screen, and best of all, they eliminate any worry about crayon marks on the walls. Squiggles! (Free) Brought to us by the creative team behind Lazoo, Squiggles! transforms lil ones hand-drawn doodles into real pieces of art — think rocket smoke, curly beards, and more. Kids just draw their doodle, press "Go," and watch as their scribbles are animated into moving plates of spaghetti, twirling lollipops, and moving wheels. The images can then be emailed, sent to Facebook, and shared with family and friends. iLuv Drawing Animals ($2) Face it, kids love drawing animals, so why not cultivate that interest with an app that teaches them how to do it on their own? iLuv Drawing Animals provides instructions for drawing 40 popular animals. Step-by-step templates and instructions guide tots through the lessons so they can transfer their learnings to traditional paper form. Crayola ColorStudio (Free) Love your child's art set, but don't feel like packing it for every trip to a restaurant or road trip? Crayola combines all of the possibilities from its collection of drawing apparatuses (crayons, markers, colored pencils) in one stylus with the Crayola ColorStudio. The free app works with the Griffin Technology Stylus ($30) to color in pages with beautiful details, or to simply allow tots to create their own drawings freehand style! Crayola ColorStudio. The free app works with the $30 from itunes.apple.com Buy Now Griffin Technology Stylus $30 from store.griffintechnology.com Buy Now Butt Art – Kids Learn to Draw Zoo Animals Step-by-Step (Free) I dare you to saw this app's name without smiling! Butt Art – Kids Learn to Draw Zoo Animals Step-by-Step uses the rounded lower case "w" shape (which conveniently looks like a butt) as the basis for all of its drawings. Learn how to draw three animals using the shape and then participate in the app's "Butt Hunt" to identify all of the butt shapes in the picture. Talking about rear ends has never been so much fun! What Should I Draw ($2) For kids who want to draw but just can't come up with an idea, we bring you What Should I Draw, a sort of Mad Libs for drawing. Simply tap on the color splotches to form a sentence that describes what lil ones should draw. The blue splotch reveals an adjective, the red one a color, the yellow is an animal, and the purple one is a verb. Within seconds, lil ones will have their direction and be ready to start! iPhone AppsAppsiPhone Stay Sane and SavvyWith Our Moms Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Parenting News New Moms Activities and Recipes Parenting Humor Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.