Childhood Education On-Line Colouring Pictures-to Print-and-Colour
If you want to give your child a head start in life, get involved and get started with their early childhood education as soon as you can.
There are many great resources on the internet to use as part of an early childhood education curriculum to develop for your child. Combine reading, with colouring pictures-to print-and-colour on the same topic.
Pick an author that has published at least six books for children or beginning readers. Let your child pick the book you read each night. Read to them just before bedtime.
Soon they will be asking you to start the reading earlier on many occasions. After the child has developed a preference for one of the books it is time to introduce the first supplementary materials.
Find colouring pictures-to print-and-colour on line or at a local store. The online version is best because you can save to your own computer and print out as many times as your child requests.
This allows experimentation with different colors and increases self esteem while developing good study and work habits at an early age. After a time you can start opening discussion on questions the child will have.
You may be amazed at the questions they will ask; what is a book, where do books come from, who writes them and why. Keeping the topic centered around a main theme. In this case books by Dr Seuss teaches your child the fun and satisfaction of research and learning about a particular topic.
For this article we are posting full color images and colouring pictures-to print-and-colour of the Seuss books story, Green Eggs and Ham. We hope your child will enjoy this part of their early childhood education.
To access either the full color sample pictures or colouring pictures-to print-and-colour just click on the image. It will enlarge in a new tap or window. This window will remain open, waiting for your return to select and enlarge another picture.
If your child does an excellent job of colouring or drawing their version of pictures from the Seuss Green Eggs and Ham we will be please to publish them on this web page and give your child credit for their work.
Colouring is a vital part of any child's early childhood education. Children who are allowed to freely color as often as they wish gain many benefits. Their motor skills development is faster. Their hand eye coordination is better and they even get a head start on developing social skills when coloring in groups with other children.