Let's colour vehicles!
Updated: Jul 18, 2020
What is it
Vehicles colouring with number guide
Vehicles colouring with picture guide
Develop focus and concentration
Improve fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination
Practise pencil grip
Colouring within a designated area
How to use
with number guide
Read the words and sentences together with your child for each vehicle
Ask your child to find the crayon/colour pencil of the same colour
For young learners, guide him to the area to colour
Ask your child to find the corresponding numbered area to colour
2. with picture guide
Direct your child’s attention to the colour of each vehicle and ask “What colour is this?”
Let your child find the same coloured crayon or colour pencil
Reduce the number of crayons or colour pencils in front of your child if he struggles to find the matching colour
Provide hand over hand prompt if needed and gradually reduce the pressure used to hold your child’s hand.
Use thick crayons with young learners to build success!
Instill confidence and a sense of achievement by praising your child for looking and colouring nicely!
Cut out and paste completed pictures onto cardboard or laminate them for your child to play with.
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language: “Point to number 1”, “Where are the wheels?”
Expressive language: “What colour is the boat?”, “What transport is this?”
General Knowledge: “What else can you tell me about the bus?”, “Which vehicle can you find in the sky?”
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