Baylee Lejeune May 25, 2020 Coloring Pages For Kids
The subject matter inside the book is organized into sections, with each section containing many topics. Each topic is presented on a single page full of anatomical illustrations and specific terminology associated with these drawings. A column of text is written on the following page after each topic, providing more details in a written rather than visual form. In addition, the pages containing the illustrations are not presented arbitrary but in a precise order to facilitate learning by building knowledge and understanding.
The exposure to boundaries will be a great help while learning to write. Knowledge, coloring a picture can help your children to recognize line, perspective, color, hue, shape and form. Your children also learn to recognize patterns. This, eventually, aids your children to decide on what colors he will use in their next picture. Confidence, Regular coloring also improves confidence in your young kids. Completing a coloring sheet gives your kids a sense of accomplishment, which builds their self-esteem and confidence.
At the top of each topic or page, there is a mini-guide called coloring notes. Think of this as an instructional list explaining in what order to assemble the pyramid of learning as efficiently as possible. This column explains in what order to color the structures and what type of color to use for each. Once again, just like the sequence of topics have a logic, the order of coloring of diagrams in each topic has a similar logic. The ultimate aim of both is to facilitate learning and understanding by building it from the ground up.
Stimulates Both Cerebral Hemispheres, Apart from effectively combating stress and anxiety, picking up the crayons also stimulates both the left and right cerebral hemispheres of our brain. Gloria Martinez Ayala believes that coloring manages to trigger a number of regions in both the right and left hemispheres of our brain. “The action involves both logic, by which we color forms, and creativity, when mixing and matching colors. This incorporates the areas of the cerebral cortex involved in vision and fine motor skills [coordination necessary to make small, precise movements].” says Ayala.
Coloring requires hand-eye coordination, as children need to coordinate their movements as they draw, make thick or thin strokes, and color in large or small spaces. Controlled movements are required for handwriting and proper letter formation. The key to helping your child prepare for handwriting is TO NOT PRACTICE HANDWRITING! Tasks like coloring are a perfect preparation for children’s muscles and motor skills.
During learning, the mind and body are very intricately connected. Specifically, performing an action while simultaneously seeing improves memory of that fact. Coloring also provides this, killing two birds with one stone. During coloring, the eyes are visually stimulated through illustrations and colors while the brain is aroused from the hand gestures. The brain learns a lot better from a multimodal source of information.
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