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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Parents and Teachers Love Free Coloring Pages

It doesn't matter if you're looking for an after school activity. Or you simply want to add a little extra fun to your child's birthday party - free coloring pages are what you are looking for. What kid doesn't like to color their favorite super hero, or she-ro to keep things politically correct.

Thanks to the Internet you can run to your computer and print out several free coloring pages in a matter of minutes. This will result in hours of fun and educational entertainment for your children. Coloring pages also encourages our child's artistic creativity. Wait there is still more to coloring than meets the eye. Teaching your child to enjoy coloring pages also encourages a multitude of development skills such as coordination, and decision-making as well as how to follow through and complete their coloring pages.

You would think that after your child has completed their masterpiece that would be the end. Well it's not over yet! Teaching your little one(s) to actually search for their own coloring pages introduces children to the Internet. By teaching them to do so your little one will develop hand eye coordination by using the keyboard and mouse. Their skills on how to search for the information that they are looking for will prove to be invaluable in latter years. Before long I'm sure your child will start to teach you a thing or two about the Internet that you didn't know.

FREE COLORING PAGES FOR PARTIES

Coloring pages are also a great party activity for your child's birthday party. You can use your free coloring pages to have a coloring contest where of course everyone wins a prize as another fun activity.

Keep in mind that these are coloring pages that you can keep in your kid's scrapbook forever. This simple activity will become something that can be passed down from generation to generation.

CUT DOWN ON ARGUMENTS

I normally print out free coloring pages for my nephew - no problem right? Then I was asked to baby sit a few other little ones one evening. I passed out a coloring page to each of them along with a huge bucket of crayons. I was then off to watch an episode of Monk.

After about three minutes the fight was on. I ran into the family room as if the house was on fire. The children were arguing over one particular coloring page. Normally this would have been another disaster. Imagine if I only had the traditional coloring book. This would have turned into a huge crying fest.

Thanks to the Internet I zipped into the computer room and simply printed out several more of the same coloring pages and saved the day. I even made it back in time to see Monk work his magic and solve the case once again.

Tim Beachum highly recommends one of the Internet's best http://www.PrintThenColor.com

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