Drawing is a basic human activity that develops naturally in a child. The earliest data speak of this type of human activity that left traces and symbols on rocks, in caves, vessels, etc. Before a child learns to write, he plays by drawing. Drawing can serve as a powerful tool for developing children’s perceptions, opinions and skills that are improved through exercise. It is a mistake to think that drawing is a special “gift” or “talent”. Historical data and research by psychologists indicate that drawing is a basic human need for expression and communication. Unfortunately, children today use their fingers less and less, and the reason for that can be the unlimited use of modern technology, free time robbers, both for the big and the small. Due to the poor experience in working with fingers, children have a bad grip of a pencil, and thus have a poorly organized drawing, and later a bad handwriting.