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As a preschool teacher, it is my responsibility to engage my students in learning, although engaging our students in learning is a work in progress. Coloring is a valuable learning tool for young learners, especially if your classroom is a mixed or multicultural environment. Vist DDC123 to download more coloring pages: https://disegnidacolorare123.it/

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  Coloring, which has been used for many years for educational purposes, is a powerful tool in the classroom. Children love the tactile aspect of coloring, as well as the fun of creating art with the materials in their hands. A great way to support young learners is to allow them to use pencils and crayons for most activities and also to allow them to use markers on occasions. While all children develop at different rates, it is generally recommended to allow children to develop in different ways throughout their preschool experience. If children used crayons and crayons during their preschool years, many children continue to enjoy the tactile elements of the art medium.       Be mindful of your children's feelings when involving them in art projects. For many children, the fun and sensory aspects of art outweigh the pain associated with using their fingers to color. Since pain can be minimized with gloves or pencil cases, be sure to discuss this with your children as you transition to different art supplies.       When encouraging young students to get involved in art projects, you may choose to offer small groups of children the choice of using pencils or markers. This gives your children the opportunity to choose what works for them, even if it is one method over another.       Children at the preschool level will continue to be interested in coloring over the years as they reach a more advanced level of learning. As they learn new skills, their attention will be drawn to their own creation process and how they work through the process. Children will also be interested in the means used to create art projects, which will arouse their natural curiosity about the world around them.       We have been fortunate to have received many books and materials from our district that provide both colored pencils and markers and black and white pencils. Coloring books are a great tool for a child to use during the summer months as a fun activity to participate in and enjoy. Before purchasing art supplies for your classroom, be sure to check your local art supply stores and independent artists for items that might interest you, as they may have coloring books that you might be interested in using. .       I hope you will incorporate art into your preschool classroom. There are many ways to do this and as your student progresses through the preschool years, you will have the opportunity to introduce other elements of art into your classroom. Make sure that by doing this, your child and/or class is prepared to participate and excel in the art project. Remember that each child is unique and individualized in their learning style and attention to detail is important in helping to promote this quality in our students.       Benefits of Coloring Drawings       Coloring is a very important skill. It helps us to have our thoughts and feelings open. It helps us to become more focused and balanced. Drawing is also a skill that can be taught to anyone.       “Some people think that drawing is just for children and young people. It is more than that. It's for everyone” – Li Donggang, professional cartoonist. The benefits of drawing are:       #1. Creativity       “Drawing is a type of physical activity that helps to release the creative side of our brains. When we have good posture and balance, we are more creative than when we have poor posture and balance.       When we want to learn something new, we need to imagine. When we are bored, we need to imagine more. Drawing gives us a chance to practice creativity.”       #two. Opportunity       “I spend the first 5 minutes of my drawing session thinking about how I will express my thoughts in 10 minutes”. I draw like this. I don't try to be too specific in my drawing. I don't want to overanalyze things. Sometimes I make the mistake of overthinking when I'm drawing. I think too much about how to make the drawing look good and I end up drawing more than I intended. This is an error.       "When you draw a lot, you won't have time to think about how you're going to express your thoughts." The drawings will come out naturally.       When I'm practicing my drawing skills, I don't start by drawing something specific in mind. I usually start with a figure. I only draw one shape for the first 15 minutes and then I continue to draw. Eventually I get really familiar with the shape and the proportions of the shape. Then, when drawing, I find new shapes that I hadn't thought of before.       I see my current form as a kind of palette for exploring possibilities. I think this is a key to drawing. You always have to think about what you want to express, but you also have to keep an open mind and find new shapes as you draw. This is how I do my drawing practice”.       #3. Focus       “In art, the greater the challenge, the greater the reward.” Often, when we are studying for an exam, we are intimidated by the questions. But then, when the exam is over and we look back, we realize that studying for the exam wasn't as difficult as we thought it was going to be. If we had taken the exam in our normal frame of mind, we would have failed.       Exams are easy when you're under pressure. This is why some of the most creative people are really stressed. That's how you get these great results when you're under pressure. When you are stressed, you are very clear-minded. It's almost as if your mind is full of answers. When you are full of answers, the questions become less and less relevant. That's how you go to great lengths to produce great work. That's what I mean when I talk about focusing on the big picture and not getting overwhelmed by the little things.”       #4. Identity       “Coloring is a skill. It helps you create an identity. When you're coloring, you're defining yourself.       When you are creating a drawing, you are either the artist or the world around you. You create a world, and the world doesn't have to be a good world. Imagine a couple walking beside a lake. The guy is admiring the beauty of nature and talking about it. The girl, on the other hand, is looking at her phone and thinking about the last meme she saw.       You create a world and the world doesn't have to be a good world. Just imagine a couple walking beside a lake. The boy is admiring the beauty of nature and talking about it. The girl, on the other hand, is looking at her phone and thinking about the last meme she saw. This is not true for everyone. Imagine the situation I'm in when I'm drawing.       When I'm coloring, I'm the world around me. All the garbage that is around me in the world does not exist for me. I'm not trying to talk about trash or point out its bad side. I don't judge him, I don't have an opinion on him. But when I'm coloring, I'm doing something beautiful. That's when I can communicate with the world and the people around me. That's when I can see the world as it should be seen. That's when I can recognize and appreciate the beauty around me.

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