By Felicia Dean. Alphabet. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 08:45:43 AM.
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.
Developing Fine Motor Skills - When a child is coloring it is often not thought of as a lesson that builds any skills. However, coloring is a great activity to help children develop their fine motor skills. Proper development of their fine motor skills will help children later when learning things like writing, dressing and being able to feed themselves. Oftentimes coloring is the first experience in learning how to grasp a writing instrument. A child learning how to color within the lines of a coloring sheet teaches hand-eye coordination and focus that will help benefit them as they are developing their writing skills. When children are able to color within the lines it is often an important milestone.
Letter E has a similar representation like A alphabet but here the thumb is kept under the closed fingers. Letter F is represented by keeping the palm flat and stretched and keeping the index finger and thumb coupled. Palm in position represents letter G. Letter H also has the similar position to that of character G but in the palm in position both the index and middle fingers are stretched out.
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