Valere Cloé December 21, 2020 coloring pages
Today’s children still love coloring just as much as the Old People used to when they were children. In addition to this fact, it’s now known that coloring is a wondrous pre-reading activity which helps children develop the hand-eye coordination they’ll need for learning how to write. Parents who encourage the use of children’s coloring pages are also encouraging an array of other development skills including decision making, patience, persistence, and creativity.
Alternatively, you could use coloring pages as a reward that you give to your child when he or she does something good, like says thank you, gives a compliment, or helps out before being asked. Not only does it reward them by giving them an activity they will enjoy doing, but it also demonstrates to them that it’s good to do things that please the Lord.
Thus, this is a hobby – all children appear interested to garner the coloring-pages and cards to enjoy their life at their best. You might speculate that, in what sort of colors or images my kid is interested in.
When the Internet was still pretty new–anyone here old enough to remember those days? –only a few websites offered free, printable coloring pages, and most of these merely contained some rough sketches or produced teeny weeny pictures. But today one can find a multitude of websites from which you can print out high-quality coloring sheets on nearly any subject that you can imagine.
There is another important aspect of teaching colors that all parents should be aware of. A recent study in Scientific American Magazine shows that the placement of descriptive adjective describing the color makes a big difference in helping kids understanding. For example in the English language we would say the ”red crayon” and it turns out this is much harder for children’s brains to grasp then the linguistic structure used in many other languages like Spanish, which would be said as the ”crayon is red.” When teaching colors or any other important property to young children, always first identify the object, then identify the property. While every day English is not spoken in this manner, and it is faster to speak or write, young brains cannot process information in this manner effectively.
Kids, however, witness and perceive everything, and are always eager to let their knowledge flow to others through various means, verbal and non-verbal. While the verbal means are also important, the non-verbal ones are much more fun-oriented. These include various kinds of coloring books and, talking about the new generation, free printable coloring pages from the internet.
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