The importance of coloring in the early life of a child cannot be overstated: especially, since the very act of coloring yields so many skills and lessons that help a young mind develop.
Coloring provides a child with the opportunity to learn about and experiment with individual colors. It also lays the foundation for the eventual understanding of the full spectrum of the color wheel.
The act of coloring involves learning how to hold the crayon and eventually, other more formal writing instruments.
Coloring within the lines of a coloring book page exercises a child's eye-hand coordination and reinforces the importance of boundaries.
Coloring allows a child to express their feelings in a manner other than by using words, or by writing.
Coloring for many children (and some adults) has a definite therapeutic effect.
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