Stimulating children’s intelligence can be done in various ways, one of which is through drawing and coloring activities. Usually, your little one likes this activity, so he won’t feel compelled to do it. Learning to color can also make your little one more creative. Children will be freer to pour the various imaginations in their heads through scribbling pictures of various colors. In order for your little one’s imagination to develop, when your little one is coloring, don’t give too much direction. Like, the leaves should be green. Or the sky must be blue. Because it could be, in their imagination, the colors of the leaves and the sky are not like the colors of the leaves and the sky that we see every day.
Learning to color can train children to concentrate more. When completing pictures and minions coloring pages, your little one will focus more on completing their activities. He will be trained not to be easily disturbed even though the surrounding environment is noisy and not conducive. This ability will come in handy later when your little one starts school. Even though the classmates are busy, your little one will not be distracted and stay focused on the lessons he is taking.
Well, learning to color does have a variety of benefits for your little one, then what is the right way to teach children to color? The following are some steps that Moms and Dads can take!
So that your little one is more enthusiastic about learning colors, Moms and Dads should choose interesting drawing equipment. It would be better if Moms and Dads involve your little ones to choose their own drawing books, colored pencils, or crayons while in the shop. That way, your little one will be even more excited when invited to learn to color pictures. Also choose an age-appropriate drawing tool, such as non-toxic crayons for early childhood or colored pencils with triangular grips to improve their writing skills.
Recommend Simple Drawing
To train your little one’s drawing and coloring skills, Moms and Dads can teach him simple drawing concepts first. For example, by teaching him to form pictures of squares, circles, and triangles. Moms and Dads can guide your little one’s hand to draw together, then ask him to draw on his own. But don’t scold your little one if the picture is still messy. Conversely, always motivate your little one so that he is challenged to make pictures even better.
Teach Color Through Surroundings
The child’s imagination ability of various things sometimes makes him happy to apply various colors to the images he makes. This is actually not wrong, but Moms and Dads can also sometimes direct your little one to learn to color according to the natural surroundings so that the colors given can be more in accordance with the object they are drawing.
To make the process of learning colors easier, Moms and Dads can teach your little one colors through objects around the house. … Read More...