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Three Advices of the day!

First:

One of the other good things about these free printable coloring pages for kids is that they are available on a variety of topics. You have a wide variety of pictures to choose from. Kids just love cartoons, so better way to engage them than to get coloring sheets of their favorite cartoon characters. Companies like Disney and Pixar are using this opportunity to promote their cartoon characters among kids. Characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Poo, and Scooby Doo are quite famous among children.



Second:

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?



Third advice:

Sometimes he really just loses himself in the work and goes quiet, determined to do good and his hand eye concentration has really come on in leaps and bounds. He seems to have quickly learned that by going slower his accuracy improves and things are easier overall, a great little lesson for life there! He is too young yet to start trying to sign his name on his work so I ask him to draw me his face as a signature and he always does so with a big smile on it, which tells me he had a good time working on it!