Millie Bryleigh May 2, 2020 Cute Animal Coloring
One need not be a painter or blessed with a artistic bone to teach the child to color. Invest your time and be with the child. Toddlers have keen interest in colors. Water colors are best for holiday recreation. Get to a family 'painting Sunday' in the garden and have your breakfast along with coloring. Each person needs to color a picture. Ready pictures are available in animal prints, vehicles, body parts and cute daily life activities.
Invest in a good clay set for starters and let them play with the same. Make a snail and snake and they will love/imitate the same. Appreciate surely. Teach them the basic color like red, blue, green, yellow, white and black. Buy a thick crayon stick and let them hold the same for an entire day. Anything novel is a fancy item. Slowly introduce the paper and let them do what they want with it.
Baby Polar Bears look so cute with their fluffy fear and huge paws. They look so cute when they yawn or when they wriggle their bodies. Though they look so huggable, don't ever think of hugging think, because after all, it's still one of the world's most dangerous predators.
Be sure not to overload your page with too many graphics, even though they may be cute, you may overwhelm your page with it. You don't want to bury your page with so many graphics that they other parts of it are lost. Sure, you want the graphics to explain you and tell people who you are, but if you have too many in one spot, you may just simply overwhelm the viewer with that.
Make a garden, a mountain, river with boats, fishes and a wide mouthed crocodile. Draw a star, sing a rhyme on astronomy and let your child color all the pictures. Clap hard and praise well ignoring the mess. Draw an edge for them near the outline and tell them to color the hair in black, brown or golden. They will slowly become independent and present you a colored picture for approval. Outline alphabets, balls, houses, blocks and get them to know about magenta, turquoise and ash blue. Mix colors for them. Teach them to count and recognize words but end the revisions with coloring.
One of the fastest ways to get a smile out of a preschooler is to show them a playful little puppy, cute kittens; really - any kind of baby animal will thrill them to death. Animals fascinate them to no end! There are scores of activities centered around the animal theme for preschools to perform or carry out. Here is a small sampling to start off with.
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