By Lela Kaufman. Alphabet. Published at Saturday, July 07th, 2018 - 13:26:43 PM.
Reinforcement of Educational Lessons - Experts believe that children learn best through playing. A simple coloring sheet can reinforce the lessons being taught in the classroom. In early childhood education teachers often give coloring sheets that focus on the alphabet, shapes and numbers. Children subconsciously connect the lesson with the coloring sheet activity. Children also are able to learn color recognition and how to use the color wheel.
For instance people who belong to Australia might want to use the Auslan( more commonly known as the Australian Sign Language) or in America the American sign language which is also known as ASL is most commonly used and in Mexico the Mexican sign language (also known as \"lengua de seas mexicana\", \"Lenguaje de Signos Mexicano\" or LSM).This would imply using a standard vocabulary which would also allow people who are not just family members to communicate with the toddler. This way even as the child grows older he/she can continue studying the indigenous sign language.
Self Expression - Some children often have a hard time being able to express their feelings. Many child therapists use coloring to learn more about how a child is feeling over a certain event. Children that are coloring disturbing pictures may have some issues that need to be dealt with. Coloring can give them this outlet. Giving children a way to express their thoughts and feeling freely is very important. Coloring can also be a great way of a child to unwind or sooth themselves after a hectic day. Free drawing can also help develop a childs imagination.
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