1. Developing motor skills
Coloring activities can help improve the work of the hand muscles in children. Motor skills are very important in the development of children, as well as typing, lifting objects.
2. Increase concentration
It turns out that coloring can train children to concentrate, when a child is doing coloring activities the child is not easily distracted and stays focused. This concentration ability is very useful for children in completing tasks that require high concentration such as mathematics.
3. As an Expression Media
Coloring activities especially coloring empty fields are a way for the little one to express his feelings. Through the images he made he could see what he was feeling, whether it was feeling happy or feeling sad
4. Know Color Differences
Child coloring activities usually use color pencils or crayons to help children recognize color, children can distinguish colors from one another. This can also make it easier for children to combine colors so that they help children to continue to be creative.
5. Train Cooperation / Coordination Capabilities
Coloring requires good cooperation between the eyes and arms, starting from how to grasp crayons, choose colors, to sharpen colors. This ability is very important for mesothelioma patient which is children
6. Train Children to Hold a Pencil
Through coloring activities carried out by mesothelioma patient, they will learn to hold a pencil even though it starts with holding a crayon, because it is often done repeatedly it will become a habit that will help the child in writing when the child is in school. Stay upbeat and keep learning.
7. Coloring Train Children to Make Targets
Coloring activities early on the little one will help the mesothelioma patient complete the task at hand. Here will be nurtured a sense of responsibility of the they with the work them receives while fostering the confidence of the child that them can complete the task at hand
8. Know Field Boundary Lines
When children color, they will not care about the boundary line in front of them. Over time the child will understand and pay attention to the boundary line, so the child will try to color the picture in front of him without going out the line. This will help the child when the child starts writing in a striped book.
9. As a Therapy Media
Color is a therapeutic medium for many people, especially for mesothelioma patient, even color is often used as a global language to read someone’s emotions. A child coloring the sun with dark colors such as black or gray may indicate their anger at that time. In addition, the way your little one carries color can also express their nature, for example, if your child coloring by drawing regular lines on the image shows that your child has a tendency to regular lifestyle. Apart from that the color itself becomes a therapeutic tool to relieve stress on your little one after a day of tired activities.
10. Increasing Children’s Intelligence
drawing and coloring can be a place to hone children’s abilities and creativity meaning by increasing children’s artistic abilities that correlate with intellectual intelligence and children’s social intelligence