By On Mar 14, 2018 Coloring for Kids
colouring in books are incredibly motivating for children who are reluctant drawers. It provides an element of fun and excitement watching their colouring pages come to life in 4D with special effects. This takes away the pressure and insecurities of being given a blank piece of paper to draw on. Children can fill in the figures and shapes on the page any way they choose, whereas drawing can sometimes be a little intimidating that the outcome won’t be exactly as they wanted. Providing opportunities for children to engage in colouring activities has many learning benefits.
Colouring in has an important place in child development and can easily be incorporated into a childs day. It provides an opportunity to practice and develop many skills such as concentration, fine motor and coordination for early writing skills and correct finger grip. It also gives the experience of creativity, colour awareness and developing a sense of achievement. All these learning benefits from the simple act of colouring in.
With developments in technology, I feel that colouring in activities have taken a bit of a back seat in children’s learning. Colouring in pictures and drawings may seem like a simple task but there are so many learning benefits for children to engage in the act of coloring in. Crayola has cleverly brought these two components together, technology and colouring in with Crayola Color Alive Colouring in Books, taking colouring in to another level with a 4D experience and special effects that will excite and motivate children.
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