Rising Star Colour With Crayons – B
“Rising Star Colour With Crayons B” book helps colouring with Crayons improve Bilateral Coordination. When colouring, a child needs to hold the paper as they colour. Using the assisting, non-dominant hand as a stabilizer allows a child to build strength and dexterity in their dominant hand. It provides an opportunity to practice and develop many skills such as concentration, fine motor, and coordination, for early writing skills and correct finger grip.
For Children of Age 3-6 years
Reading stories to children exposes them to the intricacy of language and helps them to develop important language skills. As a result, the type of books that are read to children seems to have a direct impact on the depth of their education. Parents should read a variety of books aloud to their children. In addition, children will engage in different types of dialogue or conversation when reading different types of genre books.
The illustrations often provide information that is not covered in the text. Particularly appealing to children are rhyming stories and books that feature repeated patterns of sound. Children’s favourite books long after their preschool years are picture books.
Children love being able to repeat the book’s suggestions, such as clapping their hands, touching their toes, or covering their eyes. Interactive books with flaps also encourage interaction. There’s nothing better than peeking under a flap to find the answer or to discover something new.
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