Lacey Auger May 10, 2020 Coloring Pages For Kids
Teachers call Effortless Art Crayons the great equalizer for students with a disability or fine motor delay, as they support students in participating in inclusive activities with their peers, such as art or coloring. With more positive experiences like these, comes more self-confidence. Coloring is also a naturally calming activity and lends itself to helping children regulate emotions and express feelings appropriately. But did you know of the other amazing benefits of coloring? I’m sure the OT’s reading this know! Here are three more benefits of coloring for children, and you will be amazed at just how important coloring is to a child’s motor development!
More specifically, they do this by increasing the brain’s level of attention, or stated differently, colors attract attention. In turn, the more attention is focused on a stimuli, the higher is the chance to be transferred to memory. Also, colors enhance memory through mental arousal, which was shown to be essential in keeping information in the memory system.
Coloring with crayons allows children to practice pressing hard or light, getting different sensory input. For children that use really hard pressure, most crayons will break – NOT OURS! The thickness, shape, and 6 points are perfect for durability and sustainability. Additionally, our crayons are ”wrapper free” and textured, to provide additional input for children who need it.
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.
When you hear about a coloring book, you might start thinking of mermaids, fairies and animals which more than likely were a daily appearance in your childhood life. However, in contrast to your favorite juvenile book, an anatomy coloring book has a different and distinct format. Naturally, black and white anatomical diagrams waiting to be colored still dominate. However, rather than being randomly arranged, they are organized very precisely and logically.
Enhances Our Ability to Embrace Positive Thoughts, While our mind is engaged in coloring, it seldom diverts and relapses into negative thoughts. We concentrate solely on filling the patterns with colors, picking the right hues, and coloring within the lines. Dr. Joel Pearson, a brain scientist working at the University of New South Wales, believes that while the human mind focuses on coloring an image, it replaces all the negative thoughts with positive ones.
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