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Coloring pages are a wonderful way of allowing your child to express their ideas, opinions and perception through artistic and creative methods. You will be astounded when you see what amazingly beautiful masterpieces these puny little kids can create in the form of finished coloring pages. Apart from giving your kids a creative way of remaining engaged and passing free time, these coloring pages have quite a few other advantages. They are, for one thing, free to download and print, hence all you need is a computer, an internet connection, and a printer.
Think of coloring as a creative quick-fix - We all love to create. However, for some of us, painting and/or drawing is not our forte. And for those who do enjoy painting and/or drawing, sometimes it's difficult to find the time to begin a project. Coloring is the perfect creative quick-fix for anyone. It's a time to experiment with color and to express your moods with color in an effortless, convenient and affordable way.
The next time you are in need of an idea to keep kids busy during the day consider introducing them to The Magic Color Page. You will discover kids can keep themselves entertained, out of your hair and you need not worry about their safety. How often do you find people providing this type of activity? When I was a kid I just loved Superheroes and cartoons. It's no surprise then that my favourite thing to do was to watch Spiderman Cartoons! I would plan my whole day around them to make sure I didn't miss them, often running home from school just to see them, even if I knew they were repeats.
I normally print out free coloring pages for my nephew – no problem right? Then I was asked to baby sit a few other little ones one evening. I passed out a coloring page to each of them along with a huge bucket of crayons. I was then off to watch an episode of Monk. After about three minutes the fight was on. I ran into the family room as if the house was on fire. The children were arguing over one particular coloring page. Normally this would have been another disaster. Imagine if I only had the traditional coloring book. This would have turned into a huge crying fest. Thanks to the Internet I zipped into the computer room and simply printed out several more of the same coloring pages and saved the day. I even made it back in time to see Monk work his magic and solve the case once again.