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Online coloring pages are a great, free way to entertain your children. Many websites offer coloring pages and printable activities for children that are free for anyone with a computer, internet access and a printer.
Coloring pages for girls will allow your little princesses to show their flair and creative powers in many ways. While young they may not make the most beautiful creation and they may not color inside the lines all the time but they will color some amazing things (in their eyes). As they grow older they will begin to desire to color inside the lines and to combine the proper colors to make some truly wonderful pictures that you will be proud to display and may even want to frame.
Sometimes he really just loses himself in the work and goes quiet, determined to do good and his hand eye concentration has really come on in leaps and bounds. He seems to have quickly learned that by going slower his accuracy improves and things are easier overall, a great little lesson for life there! He is too young yet to start trying to sign his name on his work so I ask him to draw me his face as a signature and he always does so with a big smile on it, which tells me he had a good time working on it!