Sound and sight delight newborns. Their sense of smell is acute and, therefore, they identify so well with their caregiver. It is at this point that the stimulation is strong to the touch, the sight and the hearing. This is our best chance to slowly expose the child to the pleasures of life. It is a very surprising fact that children have healthy logic. Many times, they identify objects by their color, shape and size. The smile and flicker in the eyes when we see a colorful object is their way of recognizing things and a sure reason to mark a milestone.

When we buy a rattle for a child, he is intrigued by the color and sound of it. Flying objects, such as a ridiculous garment hanging on the clothesline, attract their attention and are often found screaming or moving colored objects. Once the motor skills are acquired, probably at the age of two, this is the best time to introduce them to the colorful world.

Invest in a good clay game for beginners and let them play with the same. Make a snail and a snake and they will love / imitate the same thing. Enjoy surely. Teach them the basic color like red, blue, green, yellow, white and black. Buy a thick pencil stick and let them hold for a whole day. Every novel is an object of fantasy. Slowly introduce the paper and let it do what it wants.

Next week is exciting for both of you. Give them a pencil and show them how to hold it. Take a paper and scribble, scribble or draw a large circle. They are really surprised by the wonder. Encourage them to emulate the activity. Many children may not particularly appreciate your coloring themes, and to begin with, they may shred the paper or want to break the pencil. Use safe colors and watch for them to avoid accidental ingestion.

You do not have to be a painter or have an artistic bone to teach the child to color. Invest your time and be with the child. Toddlers have a keen interest in colors. The colors in the water are the best for the holidays. Go to the garden with a family “painting Sunday” and have your breakfast with coloring. Each person must color an image. Ready images are available in animal prints, vehicles, body parts and cute activities from everyday life.

Make a garden, a mountain, a river with boats, fish and a wide-mouthed crocodile. Draw a star, sing a rhyme about astronomy and let your child color all the pictures. Hit hard and congratulate well by ignoring the mess. Draw an edge for them near the outline and tell them to color the hair in black, brown, or gold. They will slowly become independent and present you with a colorful image for approval.

Describe the alphabets, balls, houses, blocks and inform them of magenta, turquoise and ash blue. Mix the colors for them. Teach them to count and recognize words, but finish revisions with colors