You know the mother father, some children are happy with the coloring activities, through coloring they can pour a variety of images that is in their head. Please note that learning to color has many benefits for your little ones, let us see more.
1. Developing motor capability
Coloring activity can help improve the work of the hand muscles in children. The motor capability is very important in child development, as does typing, lifting objects.
2. As a Media expression
The coloring activity especially coloring the empty field is a way for the little one to reveal his feelings. Through the image, he made can be seen what he is feeling, whether it is joyful feelings or feelings of sadness.
3. Know the color difference
Children’s activities of coloring usually using color pencils or crayons can help the child to know the color, the child can distinguish colors one with the other. It can also make it easier for kids to combine colors to help the child to keep creating.
4. Train your child in a pencil
Through the coloring activities that the children do, they will learn to grasp the pencil although it starts with a gripping crayon because it is often done repeatedly, it will become a habit that will help the little one in writing when the child sits in School bench. Stay spirit and keep learning.
5. Increase in Concentration
It turns out that coloring can train a child of concentricities when the child is doing coloring activities children are not easily distracted and remain focused. This concentration capability is very useful for children in completing tasks requiring high concentrations such as mathematics.
6. Training skills in cooperation
Coloring requires good cooperation between the eyes and arms, ranging from the way gripping the crayon, choosing the colors, to sharpen the color. This ability is very important for children.
7. Know the boundary lines of the field
When the child is coloring, they will not care about the boundary line that is in the presence. Over time the child will understand and pay attention to the boundary line so that the child will try to color the picture before him without exiting the line. This will help the child when the child starts writing in the stripped book.