People often see coloring as busy work that has little to no educational significance, but that could not be further from the truth. The advantages of coloring for youngsters is huge. Coloring regular helps improve our penmanship by increasing our ability to manipulate a pen or pencil. Coloring helps us form a habit of how to hold a pencil in addition to improving our basic coordination skills. This basic task helps use form a paradigm of understanding how to stay within the confines of a specified area with our writing implement. Coloring motivates learners by producing an aesthetically pleasing image or product. At the end of your work it all seems worth it and it helps us begin to form writing endurance and just overall patience when working with our hands. These are great for both post and pre-handwriting worksheets. Coloring is a very under valued skill that leads to proper pen and pencil skills. You can use any coloring device to help you complete these worksheets and grow your use of language within your skill set. Work through each of these sheets to help you get familiar with each of the letters for reading and writing skills.
Writing dates back to 4 B.C. Coloring dates back to the dawn of man. This often seen as a preschool skill can be the pinnacle to growth and development of all learners. We have a bunch of fun coloring activities for you. The first four sections are just coloring. We try to make them for students as well as adults. In a recent study is was found that adults that color thirty-minutes or more a weak tend to read a great deal more and enjoy reading. It can be a great stress reliever too. The second section of worksheets has a picture to color and then asks you to write a word to explain the picture. This can be fun exploration activity as well as improve your handwriting.