As they’ve gotten older, their taste in colour ins has changed though – they’re no longer happy with superheros and fairies…
instead a challenge is needed
With the weather at the moment too cold to go outside, we’ve decided to sharpen the coloured pencils and indulge in a teen-themed holiday colouring in.
finding colour ins for my Little Man is a bit harder
He loves mandalas, but every now and again wants something boy to colour. Here’s a couple that he’s given the thumbs up to.
colouring in has so many benefits for both children and adults
It’s a way to express yourself or vent your emotions from the day. It can help build fine motor skills and coordination in both kids and adults that have suffered an injury or illness. It develops concentration and focus skills, and teaches the feeling of accomplishment (which will help in academic years to come).
so go on, dig out your coloured pencils, sharpen them up and find a colour in to suit you
Because colouring in is not just for little kids. We big kids love it too.