Drawing is increasingly being used as researchers seek participatory methods within education and the wider social sciences. Drawing offers a developmentally appropriate way of engaging children in the research process and can be accompanied by rich discussion. This chapter outlines three ways in which drawing can be used to elicit children’s perspectives, and the strengths and limitations of such methods are considered. The benefits of such methods are discussed in relation to both the process of drawing as well as the final drawn outcome, as both can be equally valuable. Ethical dilemmas are central when researching with children in this way, and the role of the researcher and the relationships required are outlined.