Coloring for Kids
Coloring for Kids: Children of an early age are interested in scribbling. At first, between the ages of 1 and 2, their scribbles are usually disordered and uncontrolled. Scribbles are more a product of the physical activity, made by the pumping of the shoulders because children can’t yet control their elbows or wrists. These young scribblers will typically try holding their crayon in a variety of ways and don’t often associate their movements with lines appearing on paper. Their attention spans are short, and they only scribble for one or two minutes at a time.
The act of scribbling can serve several useful purposes for the young child. Small muscle coordination and control improve with practice, intellectual abilities are exercised, opportunities for social interaction arise, and the physical movements provide emotional release. To the casual observer, this two-year-old is just scribbling. Her marks seem to be random, meaningless. Sometimes she does not even look at the paper as she marks. As children leave this age range, a very important change takes place. Even though they are still scribbling, children begin to name the scribbles. The naming artwork is a big step that shows the child has begun to think in terms of mental pictures.
How to Color
This Coloring for Kids activity will teach children some basic coloring techniques. Knowing the colors and identifying the color names is an important part of a child’s development. There are many tools that can be used to help children learn about colors. We can use daily opportunities to discuss colors. The best way for kids to learn colors and their names is simply by coloring. They will learn to color the specific shapes along with specific color which helps them learn both at the same time. Kids will also learn the name of this color.
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