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Three Advices of the day!

First:

Are you looking for something very fun for your child to do for a couple of hours while it rains? There is nothing that keeps kids busy more than sitting there coloring if they are young kids. Do your kids like SpongeBob Squarepants? This is something that a lot of kids have in common, and there is a pretty easy way to satisfy their curiosity without breaking the bank or you having to run/drive all over place looking for a SpongeBob Squarepants coloring book.



Second:

Winnie the Pooh coloring pages are the ideal solution for this rather awkward state of affairs in that they require nothing more than the booklet itself and some crayons, pencils or pens. It is likely that the car will be rather cramped and so space will be at an all time premium and so Winnie the Pooh coloring pages are ideal because they are so small and portable meaning that the kids can be occupied and let the parents focus on the road. Many parents criticise the Winnie the Pooh coloring pages on the basis that they are not very useful for the long term, i.e. once they are coloured in they pose no further use for the child. This is somewhat significantly offset by virtue of the fact that they are so cheap, meaning that if they do get used up sooner than later it really isn't the end of the world.



Third advice:

I have a ton of scrapbooks now, all filled with his completed pages. I suspect I will love looking through these when I am older. The rest will go up on the walls of the house, mostly in the lounge or conservatory I imagine. By showing them off proudly I want to make clear to my boy how precious they are to me. By this I am hoping to build his self-confidence which was something I still suffer a lack of, so am keen to give my son the best head start in life that I can. When we get visitors to the house, whether friends or family you can also be sure they will comment on the artworks and tell my son what a great job he did. It seems to be having a good effect to as he has started to become more outgoing and will talk to near strangers now about his works, whats colors he used etc. Whereas before he would have been quiet with some folks, now he often offers to make them one straight away so they can take it home with them!