Kids' art always fascinate me. They are so full of creativity and imagination. I could definitely spend hours just looking at their drawings and be amused.
I believe, by just looking at their drawing I can have a glimpse of what's going through their minds as they drew those pictures. At the same time I'm always pleasantly surprise by their abilities in drawing, as it's said by Susan Striker, (verbatim) children learn to draw through a process of creative development of scribbling. "Between the ages of four and seven children begin to draw other objects they see in the world. These are placed randomly on the page and colors are chosen for emotional reasons rather than for their realistic connection with the objects." (source: Young at Art). I have observed the development of my kids' scribbling and it's quite on target as described in the book, interesting isn't it?