To develop a child's fine motor skills, we ask them to color or doodle. Oftentimes we hear ourselves asking them to "color within the lines," which is a little hard for kids who are just beginning to learn how to grip a crayon or a pencil. So basing on my experience, I created this pages for teachers, parents, or caregivers who want a different yet effective approach in teaching their students/children how to color within the lines.
Just print these pages, cut a hole (in different shapes), paste the paper with a hole on a clean sheet, and let the child color the hole. The thicker the paper with a hole is, the better, so the child can feel whenever he/she goes out of bound.
Color Within The Shapes
by Pinoy Accent