Now I am too old to watch Spiderman cartoons on my own, which is why it is great that I can do so with my son! He's a great excuse for me to sit and relive my youth!
The complexity. Determine your child's level when it comes to coloring. Some color books provide large coloring spaces making it easier for children to color the page, stay in the lines, etc. As the child gets older, their skill level for coloring increases as well, and the difficulty of the book may as well. Some coloring books come with written instructions, and other games, such as a dot to dot, or a maze. If you want to keep your child happy, and still challenge them, choose coloring or activity books in their range or level, and do not frustrate them with books that have too small of pictures, or too many spaces to color, or written instructions.
The first coloring book, "The Little Folks' Paint Book" was published in 1879. Crayola introduced the crayon in 1903. And the average American child spends 28 minutes a day coloring and wears down about 730 crayons by the age of 10. Between parents and schools, roughly 2.5 billion crayons are purchased each year.
We live in a capitalist society where the value and price of any given commodity will be directly determined by the interrelated concepts of supply and demand in that the more readily available a particular resource it is, the less it will cost the purchaser and the converse is also true which is why gold is far more expensive than the likes of coal.
No matter how old the child is they can still take part. My youngest cant keep the page steady so I stick it down with some sellotape and she can then take part!
Coloring books also help teachers and parents to solidify children's knowledge. Children can be instructed in their colors, the alphabet, shapes, seasonal occasions, as well as spiritual education to be strengthened in church or at home.
Very young children don't know the places where they are not allowed to draw and might do their coloring on the floor, walls, furniture and so on; apart from that they like tasting everything they hold in their hands like crayons, markers or paints. That's why they require continues supervision. But older children can work independently, giving you lots of free time, although they also enjoy a parent coloring along side them. Every child also likes to be appreciated by his parents. In this case we recommend to post children's best creative masterpieces in a prominent place in the house. It will give more confidence to your kids.