pages entertain kids. You’re at a dinner with important people; give your kids
something to color in.
Kids’ pages are typically bold, fun, exciting images. Encourage kids to create stories about the images they’re coloring to ignite even more of their imagination!
Coloring is great for fine motor skills. A toddler learning to hold a crayon or marker will carry on to kindergarten and first grade when they learn how to hold a pencil and write.
a new trend sweeping bookstores everywhere: coloring books for adults. From mandalas to zen tangle to simple
images to comics, coloring isn’t just for kids!
Coloring is therapeutic. The activity of making art is good for the psyche, and it is a tremendous de-stressor. It’s also something you can do wherever you are. Waiting room of the doctor’s office? Color while you wait! In line at the DMV? Color while you wait! On lunch at work? Color while you eat!
Force yourself to slow down a bit. Stop running through life in a rush and sit down, put pens or crayons or markers to paper, and color just for fun.
spend money on a coloring book when you can just print pages out at home? The
options are endless online! Pages range from flowers to cartoon animals to cars
to maps to horses.
Printing out pages also mean they’re all ready to hang on your fridge! No ripping or tearing out of books.
Girls tend to be masters at coloring. To make things a bit more interesting, throw some glitter into the mix! Classic coloring images – horses, princesses, butterflies – are made exciting and new with either glitter pens, glitter sticks, or glue and glitter.
There are other types of coloring pages – dinosaurs, racecars, pirates, monsters – that girls might like too. Give her a choice of coloring pages; choosing her own will make her proud and make coloring it even more fun!
are two classes of animal images when it comes to coloring: cartoon and
anatomical. Both are a blast to color. One is cute, one is educational.
Using anatomically correct outlines of animals for coloring is a good way to boost your ability to sketch realistic animals. You get familiar with the animal this way, which makes it easier to draw them from memory in the future!
Just like adults, teens need some fun, relaxing activities in their lives. Coloring is great for all-ages. Get teens interested by giving them images of their favorite celebrities or TV shows! Hot rods and superstars delight teenagers.
Don’t underestimate the power of cartoons, though. A lot of teens are as invested in some cartoon shows as their younger counterparts.
brighten any day. Flowers to color are even better. Complex, colorful, natural
– flowers are ideal coloring subjects.
You don’t have to stick with traditional floral colors either; add some fun by using patterns to color the petals rather than just solid blocks of color.
Sometimes boys struggle to
find interest in art. Introducing superhero-themed coloring pages,
monster-themed coloring pages, racecar-themed coloring pages, or pirate-themed
coloring pages help them build interest. What’s cooler than that?
Boys might enjoy using metallic markers when coloring, to make things more interested.
There are other types of coloring pages – princesses, butterflies, rainbows, horses – that boys might like too. Give him a choice of coloring pages; choosing his own will make him proud and make coloring it even more fun!
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