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Three Advices of the day!

First:

You might think that looking for SpongeBob Squarepants coloring pages is going to be something that will take you all afternoon, or all day depending on your particular point-of-view. However, you are going to find that there are websites out there that cater to this, and many other whims like this, that ca be found pretty easily with a few simple mouse clicks. If you have a few hours to kill to look for this stuff, that is pretty good. However, if you only have about an hour, or maybe less, you are going to be able to find what you are looking for relatively quickly when you are very specific about your search terms. Anyone that has very young children automatically knows that there really are not enough hours in the day to do what you really need to do, much less what you want to do that is recreational.



Second:

Coloring pages are a great way to entertain children during travel or on a rainy day. Once a child has grasped the basics, they may color to their heart's content with very little supervision required by parents. In addition to occupying a child's time and imagination, handling crayons can prepare a child's brain and hands for skills required to learn handwriting. While an adult may feel the sky must always be blue and the grass green, a child will experiment with all of the colors. Be sure to show pride in your child's creation and reserve a spot on the refrigerator for their best works of art.



Third advice:

To test the wits of the toddlers you can give them coloring puzzles. Let them first try to complete the puzzles and then color them once done. Since toddlers hold a perspective of what color an image should have, let them do the color they like. However, as they advance, try to push them to make the coloring resemble the actual looks of the thing represented by the images in the coloring books.