Three benefits of colouring in

  • Mar 12, 2021
  • By Melinda Khoo
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It’s a rainy, cold, wet day, and you’re stuck inside with the kids. What do you do now?

Your eyes scan the room to find the perfect thing to keep the children entertained. What is it you’re missing? Good quality children's colouring books and pencils!

Nothing beats finding that unique picture to colour in on a day where you’re stuck inside. The best part? There are lots of benefits besides keeping the kids entertained. Let’s take a look at just three of them below.

1. Helps to develop hand strength

Those little hands need help getting strong for when they start school and are required to learn how to write. Colouring in, and free drawing, is a great opportunity to help make those little muscles strong in a fun, engaging way.

Let the work out begin!

2. Increases focus

Children need to learn to focus so they can direct their expression toward a particular task. With our lovely colouring-in books, your child will have no trouble focusing on the task at hand, which is both fun and rewarding. They’ll be immersed in the activity and won’t want to stop, intent on creating a masterpiece.

3. Encourages self-expression

Children love to express themselves in many different ways. At KidsnToys, we strive to find toys children love to engage with, and our colouring-in books are no different.

The image on the page is just the starting point to get the creative juices flowing, so what better way to encourage it than by giving them inspiring colouring-in books? Let them work out how to bring their picture to life by working on the colour scheme, texture, and form.

If your child is more comfortable with free drawing, don’t forget to look at our doodling books too. These are fantastic for kids who need a little bit of prompting to get started on their work of art.

What are you waiting for? Go and check out our great range of colouring-in books now. And, while you’re there, have a look at our extensive range of beautiful and unique toys for your child.
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