Merci Léna. coloring. August 21st , 2021.
To summarize: math worksheets don’t teach, teachers teach
Just how important are colors when it comes to the life of a child? An article by the Early Childhood Center–Indiana Institute on Disability and Community titled, How to help children recognize color, reads, ”When children recognize colors they are noticing, matching, sorting, and labeling the characteristics of the world around them.” The article goes on to say, ”Recognizing colors is a skill that is often difficult for children because it is necessary to know the color words, as well as to identify the abstract characteristic of color.”  Colorful books are great for kids because not only are they one of many tools available at our fingertips to help children with the skill of color identification, but colorful drawings and pictures tend to capture their attention.
2. Help improves Concentration
In Microsoft Excel 2007, all the new workbook comes with 3 blank worksheet attached to it. You may choose to add or remove the worksheet as needed, using some simple steps that I am going to show you later.
There are a variety of coloring pages available for the children to keep them engaged in their own world and constructively build their creative abilities. It is the most successful trick to keep your kids busy in coloring pages of their favorite characters and fairies. Not only it enhances the emotional satisfaction in your child but also tends to build up motor skills in them like eye-hand concentration etc. it also allows you some amount of peaceful relaxation while your noisy kids get themselves indulged in these pages.
If you’re an elementary school teacher, this game can be adapted for the classroom using a beanbag. Arrange your students in a circle. Tell your students that you are going to play the rhyming game. For example, ”Let’s play this game. This is how you play. First, I’ll say a word and then I’ll throw the beanbag to Mark. When Mark catches the beanbag, he’ll say a word that rhymes. Then Mark will throw the beanbag to Amy. When Amy catches the beanbag, she’ll say a word that rhymes.” Supervise students as they throw the beanbag around the circle.
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