Kid’s Face Coloring Pages to Learn About Their Facial Features
Learning face parts is a part of every day life with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. They are fascinated with who they are and the face parts they have. Creating an awareness of their face is also an important part of development. For us, we started exploring and teaching children about themselves, through face coloring pages. The best way to start a new school year is to do many activities that speak about face. Especially in the beginning of the school year, when the preschoolers come back to school and have to find their place again inside the classroom and the group, it’s essential that the teacher creates space for each of the students to present themselves. Usually it starts with name activities followed by self potraits and learning about their facial features.
This face coloring book is perfect for children in the age from 1,5 to 4/5 years old. It is simple with nice faces of children and adults. Have fun naming the different parts of each child’s face coloring page with your group, pointing to each one (on the pictures) as you name them.
In addition to, children can learn the parts of face through Mr. Potato Head. Set the eyes, noses, and mouths from your Mr. Potato Head coloring pages on a table. Have fun looking through the colorful page with your group to give children the opportunity to explore new colors. Use this activity to point to Mr. Potato Head’s eyes and name the body part that makes it possible for children to see.
The face coloring page provides a means of learning about the structure and function of the parts of face, through a process of coloring-by-directions (directed coloring). This page is designed for a wide range of users: informal learners, preschool students, medical, nursing, and other health professional students. The unique, highly developed coloring process makes this page an effective learning device for children.
Although fun to work with, face themed-coloring pages should be used carefully with kids– especially those in the younger grades. Most importantly, kids should be allowed to express themselves freely. The goal is not to color within the lines, choose colors that are “correct” or even to follow the picture in the face coloring page at all. Quite often kids will be inspired by whatever they see on the each face coloring page and it will send them on their own creative path. Never judge a child’s coloring abilities. The objective should be fun and play for learning… not to “fill in the color blanks”.
For this chance we offer you best deal in providing Face Coloring Pages for boy and girl in lower cost. You can choose and print them by yourself rather than buy the book that is usually more expensive.