Bette Téa November 23, 2020 coloring book
For many of us, when we think of coloring, we connect to the innocence of childhood and a time when we weren’t burdened by responsibility and expectation. Picking up a crayon once again can help us reconnect to a sense of simplicity we have temporarily lost.
Reflect upon the forest, seashore, a night at your favorite restaurant or being with your soul-mate. They are all examples of a Light Language Coloring Book!
First and foremost, it allows you to touch paper. And paper, as it turns out, is missing more and more from our daily lives, being replaced with all kinds of tech gadgets. You can also feel the pen you’re coloring with, sense its texture, you can smudge and smear with your own fingers. And there’s no ”undo” button.
It sets your inner muse free
Coloring is a great activity for kids. It offers them a chance to express their creativity while mastering fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, and a host of other things. So, purchasing coloring books can be one of the best things you can do for your child. The following is a look at some of the things to consider when buying kids’ coloring books:
3. Material – it is one of the things that could frustrate your child. Most of the coloring books actually offer the ability for the child to run over the surface using pens or crayons. Choose the one that will surely work for both of you.