Aileen Amirah May 2, 2020 Cute Animal Coloring
Kittens are adorable, with their scrawny, little bodies and fluffy fur. Their huge, compelling kitten eyes are so enticing. Give them a ball of yarn, watch them play with it and you'll find them even more cute. Hamsters are also cute basically due to their size since they don't grow more than four inches long. They come in different colors and hair lengths and have those cute, stubby tails too, Train a hamster well and you'll find it cuter when he responds to you as you call its name, sits on your lap or even hides in your pocket.
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.
Raccoons, with their masked faces and ringed tails look so charming. Their paws are believed to be as nimble as a man's hand. Though they look so adorable, they can be very destructive too. Baby Elephants look so cute especially when their trunks move high in the air. The way they flap their ears is very adorable too. Sure, mother elephants look good too, but they are too big.
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.
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.
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