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Three Advices of the day!

First:

The child will be presented with an electronic paint palette which they can use to shade in the various parts of the colouring pages as and when required. You can easily locate these sites simply by accessing a search engine and then entering "electronic Winnie the Pooh coloring pages".



Second:

There are pages based on TV shows and movies like the very popular Dinosaur Train, Diego, Ice Age 3, Land Before Time and Dinosaur King. Do you want to color Buddy and Tiny? What about Diego and Maia the Maiasaura. And don't forget Littlefoot.



Third advice:

It seems that Batmans popularity will never stop. With several recent high quality and respected movies he really appeals to males of all ages. He's a great subject for dads to sit and work on with their sons. Every generation knows the hero and can talk about him. Here's a tip, why not ask your child to make up a story about what is happening in the picture, maybe just before or after the scene that is shown. Or why not ask your child to add in extra characters or even the batmobile. Don't feel you are done once the character is colored in, why not use it as a starting point for elaboration?