Coloring alongside children can be inspiring. How about inviting a friend or two over for tea and some coloring time? And for any artists who are feeling a bit burnt out working in their usual medium, why not use coloring as a way to rejuvenate your creativity?
Learning about Species. Butterfly coloring pages also help children learn about the diverse species of butterflies. Not only can they learn about the assorted colorings, this also helps them learn about the ways in which they migrate around various parts of the world, and it helps improve their memories with different memory games that can be played once the various pages are colored.
Of course, finding and printing coloring pages from websites is also free. As opposed to spending $10 or more for a coloring book, you spend just cents per page as you print up what you need. Now, you might not think that it's a huge deal if you only did it once, but imagine if you never bought another coloring book again? Over the course of a few years you could literally save hundreds of dollars, and that's something that everyone can appreciate. You could even print up pages and make them into your own books, or give them as gifts.
Ability to recognize colors - Constant use of different colors as they color different pages will enable them to know and can comfortably tell which color is which. It also teaches them color combination from a very early age and by the time they grow up, they could have become masters in the act of effectively combining colors.