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Three Advices of the day!

First:

My kids love to use Coloring Pages for fun times and Handy Manny is a frequent request! I like to have a batch of them on standby as well for any journeys we might be going on. They are a great way to make journeys go quicker for the kids and for us parents to get a little more peace! We have also used them at a plane terminal on a long delay to keep the kids occupied and amused. Trust me they can be a real lifesaver.



Second:

If you want to have some good fun with your kids you should download some Coloring Pages from a good website. As he colors I tell him the names of the colors and he is already picking them up easily, especially his favourites Green and Brown. Every time he begins to use a word I have taught him I really get a unique buzz that you have to be a dad to understand. I really appreciate all the little contributions I can make. I also tell him the names of whatever he is currently coloring, like an arm, a leg, a tree, a bus and so on. All learning really comes from repetition so by saying these names over and over he will pick them up fast.



Third advice:

He will soon be old enough that in a year or so we will be able to break out the paints and see what he is like using them on the Coloring Pages. I know he will love this although I am already nervous at the idea of the chaos it could make! I am sure his eyes will go wide the first time I mix two colors together to make a brand new one, such as red and yellow combining to make orange. It is so rewarding to see his progress over time as he learns without knowing he is doing so. I can really see how his ability to concentrate has improved.