Albertina Schmitt September 28, 2020 Coloring Pages
By sticking your kids arts around the house (usually the kitchen or playroom) you will also be subtlely showing how proud you are of their efforts and contributing to the building of their self-respect. As time passes and they see their progression it will also teach them that with practise and persistence they can get better at anything they put their mind to. After all, practice makes perfect.
The different types of Biblical coloring pages are – Abraham Coloring Sheets, Cain and Abel Color Pages, Adam and Eve Color Pages, Creation Color Pages, Easter Color Pages, David (and Goliath) Color Pages, Jacob and Esau Color Pages, Hannah and Samuel Color Pages, Noah’s Ark Color Pages, Moses Color Pages, Ruth and Naomi Color Pages, Samson and Delilah Coloring Sheets, Old Testament Color Pages and to name a few.
Local Christian bookstores usually also have individual pages or reproducible coloring books from which you can make copies so that more than one child can color in the same story picture. This is particularly useful if you want to give your Sunday School students something to color while you are teaching the lesson.
Probably the easiest way to get a hold of pages for your kids to color is to print them out from websites online. There are plenty of sites that offer free downloadable coloring pages. Just search for ”Christian coloring pages” or ”Biblical coloring pages” in your favorite search engine, and you’ll find a bunch of results.
When children are giving pictures to color, they definitely will hold the crayon and from time to time will check what they have done so far, to determine the next color to use. These activities will help them greatly in their hand and eye coordination. They also have to make sure that the colors does not go beyond the expected line and are required to sharpen the crayons from time to time.
Creative Fun: Do you remember coloring as a kid? It has been a long time for most of us. With activity pages, kids will use their creativity to select colors and decorate. Depending upon age and skill, some will scribble a single color all over the paper, but others will pay close attention to staying within the lines and using several colors to make the dinosaur page a work of art. Regardless of the skill level of the artist, kids get creative and have a lot of fun.