Remember when you were a child, lying on your tummy on the floor, coloring book open, crayon in hand with the other crayons spilling out of the box? Can you remember the sense of peace and enjoyment you felt while you were coloring? Why not consider revisiting this favorite childhood pastime to help during those times when you find yourself feeling on edge. As the children get older and more experienced with their artistic talents, they become bored with the simple butterfly patterns for the younger children. You may learn that the first little girl is careful and clean about everything she does and you may recognize a competitive spark in the second child.
Tinkerbell finally talked for the first time in her 2008 movie (called after her) and there are several more films planned about her. Look around the rooms of your house, and odds are, you will observe several items of various colours. There are also websites that accommodate this age group with butterflies that have significant more detail as well as help them learn a wider variety of colors and shades – and some feature different flowers and seasons.