Aileen Amirah 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.
Take some paper bags or small gift bags with handles and have the kids draw eyes, nose and mouth on the outside for the bunny rabbit. Cut out ears from templates, let the kids color these, and glue them onto the bag. The kids now have something to collect their Easter eggs in.
Other people may enjoy other types of cute graphics. Some may be just colorful and sparkly. That can be cute to a lot of people. Some of these may have cute pictures and cute sayings that will make it fun and easy to look at. When you look at a graphic like this, it should bring a smile to your face. People should enjoy visiting a page that is filled with graphics, especially cute ones.
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.
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.
Cut the egg carton's cups into single cups. Paint the cups with white acrylic paint (let the adults do this part) and let dry. Next, the kids can help paint them red with tempera or poster paint. Don't forget to draw on a head, a stripe down the middle and some dots.
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