Nathalee Faure May 27, 2020 Coloring Pages For Kids
An anatomy coloring book also has a backbone, called a coloring system, onto which everything is constructed. To follow it, you basically need to fill the outline of a structure and its respective term with the same color in order to relate them. The black and white images can be matched by a numbering and/or lettering system accompanying both the terms and structures. Alternatively, the structures are labelled. A second aspect which you need to do to follow the coloring system is to use different colors for different sets of terms-structures.
Colors are a very effective and vivid way of interacting with our brains. Often people use extensive explanations and paragraphs to describe a particular situation or a topic. It seems as if words are sometimes simply inadequate to convey a message efficiently in a way that facilitates retention. It is as if the brain finds it difficult to assimilate it. However, by drawing a picture or a sketch, it automatically “speaks a thousand words”.
It was so simple and lots of fun. After getting our canvas, paint, rollers, and a foam brush, we were ready to go! All you do is pick your leaf, and you can put paint right on the leaf, or dip your roller into some dabs of paint on a paper plate. Roll the paint all over the leaf and then press the leaf face down on your canvas.
Sub types of the same term-structure can be distinguished by using different shades of the same color obtained by varying the pressure of the pencil’s point for dark or lighter shades. In simple terms, use the same color for related features and different colors for different sets of features. Therefore, what may appear as a deceptive coloring book, an anatomy coloring book is structured in a very specific way, encouraging you to follow an exact set of rules to fully take advantage of its capabilities.
Facts are stored better if they come in more than one way so coloring benefits both visual and kinesthetic learners by automatically providing a second door for information to enter. While the advantages outlined above are extremely important, the following one should not be overlooked. Coloring is easy and fun. Anatomy, although interesting, can become dull and boring if you only use one method of learning every single time and you constantly repeat it. Coloring partially eliminates the mind numbing text, essays and explanations required to describe and understand anatomical structures.
When children color, they build up their fine motor skills, which in turn will lead to building up their endurance in completing writing tasks. Children can build up the small muscles in their hand when they color in small spaces, or make small movements, like circles. This lends itself to leading up to making strokes for letter formation and writing, and ultimately being able to sustain in a writing task.
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