Published at Thursday, June 14th, 2018 - 20:33:43 PM. . By Audra Odom.
Children Learn From Coloring Activities - Most children enjoy the activity of coloring. Children can learn many things from the simple task of coloring. Children often learn best when a lesson is being taught during play. The addition of a coloring project can give children many different tools for later in life. Here are some of the skills children learn from coloring.
The Tripod Pencil Grasp: This pencil grip is the one that is most recommended by schools. The pencil should be positioned so that there is equal pressure between the thumb, the side of the middle finger and the tip of the index finger. All fingers are bent slightly.When a pencil is held correctly, the thumb and forefinger form an oval when a child holds the pencil. Tension in the hand or fingers indicates weak fine motor skills. You can improve your childs fine motor skills through various writing activities or through other fun activities which involve movement of fingers (like playing with play dough).
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