There are kids that are very color coordinated with their coloring projects and those that love to pair very bright and vibrant colors in their work. This is a welcome assistance for parents who struggle to provide their children with experiences that will captivate their attention, only to find that their little minds and bodies start wandering after only a short time. They are going to be more inclined to spend time coloring them when they have had some input about what they will look like.
And the average American child spends 28 minutes a day coloring and wears down about 730 crayons by the age of 10. In addition to coloring books, there are other items for this age group to color such as bookmarks and posters. By teaching them to do so, your little one will develop hand eyes coordination by using the keyboard and mouse.