Payton Kenley May 2, 2020 Cute Animal Coloring
Make ladybugs with different numbers of dots on the back and hand them out. Have the children tell you how many spots the ladybugs have. Once the kids know the numbers, have them add the spots together on more than one ladybug. Subtraction is an option as well.
Print out a template of a lamb, cut the lamb shape out and glue it to construction paper. Put some dabs of glue on the shape and glue cotton balls to form a soft cuddly lamb. Black ovals and circles can be cut out and glued on for the ears and eyes.
Sound and sight delight newborns. Their sense of smell is acute and hence they identify so well with their care giver. This is when stimulation is high to touch, seeing and hearing and this is our best chance to slowly expose the child to life's pleasures. It is a very surprising fact, that children have sound logics. Many times they identify items by way of color, shape and size. The smile and the twinkle in the eye on seeing a colourful object is their way of recognizing things and a sure reason to mark a milestone.
Cover one end of an empty toilet paper roll with masking tape and insert a popsicle stick inside the other end and tape it on firmly. Put some small rocks, beans, or unpopped popcorn inside the toilet paper roll and cover the end with masking tape. Paper Mache the toilet paper roll and let the kids paint birds when dry. Orange construction paper may be used for the beaks.
You can find more information about animals on the web, weather they are cute animals or ugly animals, benefits from them will be expected as always. Always remember that animals are a great part of our lives, without us even knowing it. I started writing when I was about 12 years old, on my little journals, after so many years I still enjoy writing about all sorts of topics, related to computers, games, internet, IT, animals and many others. Writing is something I have great passion on doing it. The era of technology came by to make it more simple and more easy to get my writings done faster and looking way better as well. I hope you have enjoyed the above article as much as I did writing it.
The next week is exciting for both of you. Give them a crayon and demonstrate how to hold the same. Take a paper and scribble, doodle or draw a huge circle. They sure are amazed at the wonder. Encourage them to mimic the activity. Many kids may not be particularly fond of your coloring themes and for starters they may shred the paper or want to break the crayon. Use safe colors and please supervise to avoid accidental swallowing.