New theme! Have a FRUITY colouring time!
Updated: Oct 13, 2020
What is it
Colouring fruits pages
1) Border prompts
Learn about colours
Develop colouring skills and hand-eye coordination
Develop fine motor muscles fundamental to writing
Increase concentration and sustained attention
How to use
1) Colouring Fruits (with border prompts)
Use this if your child is new to colouring or is learning to colour!
Colouring pages with thick to medium to thin borders
Different fruits/shapes to generalise colouring skill
Start with the pages with thick borders to keep it easy and fun for your child! Build their confidence! :)
Get him/ her to point to or name different fruits and their colours
Find the crayon of the correct colour
2) Colouring Fruits (Advanced)
Use this if your child is a seasoned artist and has some colouring skills!
Colouring pages with thin borders and practice colouring using 2 colours
Starts with two separate fruits and increases in complexity
Work on that hand eye coordination to colour within the lines!
Use thick colour pencils or egg crayons to help them with their grasp
Use a variety of colouring materials - colour pencils, markers, crayons, dot-a-dot markers...
Understand how a child’s grasp develops!
Embed more learning opportunities
Categories: banana is a ….?; these are all fruits!
Expressive Language: name me a red fruit
General Knowledge: which fruit has seeds?
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