Fire Station Colouring
What is it
Practice reading and following instructions
Developing pencil grip
Sustaining colouring for a longer period
Identifying typical items found at the firestation
Learning to scan and identify the required item(s)
How to use
Guide your child by reading the sentence at the top of the page together
Use the picture or underlined word to identify the item to search for in each page
Encourage your child to look for the item and colour the picture
Start with asking your child to point to the correct pictures before colouring
If needed, prompt your child by letting them know how many items need to be found
Use a thick or triangular pencil to help your child hold the colour pencil with a tripod grip
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Point to the fire
Expressive Language - What is this?
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