Evie StantonJune 7, 2021Coloring Ideas
Felt markers, crayons, colored pens, and colored pencils are all ideal coloring tools for kids to use.
Choose a coloring book that appeals to you. There are countless coloring books created specifically for kids, so finding one that suits your interests or mood should not be too difficult.
When using on loose sheets of paper, you may want to cover your work surface in newspaper depending on the coloring utensils you’ve chosen (markers may bleed through your paper and leave behind marks).
Don’t worry if your child colors in the animal figures in a way that doesn’t seem realistic. Kids can sometimes make “incorrect” or weird coloring choices, but they often have their own reasons for doing so.
Making sure that you don’t press too hard with the colored pencils will also prevent them from breaking.
If you make a mistake while coloring using an app, it is much easier to remove than coloring with pencils or markers on paper.