Painting games for children
Paint, play, remember
Do it yourself is great! Because this is so, there are painting games for children, to whom the little ones give the finishing touches with their creativity. An example is the memo game. Of course, you could use ready-made photo cards to play the memo game. But isn't it much nicer to paint out pre-drawn motifs yourself? With coloured pencils, wax crayons or felt-tip pens the game becomes something very special.
Memo games encourage you to think and look: What colours does a butterfly have? Is the sky actually blue or green? Accuracy is also required: after all, you have to colour two cards in the same way. Moms and dads are happy: The self-designed painting game promotes memory skills and concentration. And children also expand their knowledge. The self-painted memo game is a jack-of-all-trades!
Painting, playing, counting
Dominos are also available as drawing games for children. The principle is the same as with the memo game: On the Domino cards there are pictures to colour in. And of course dice with different numbers! Before playing, the funny pictures are coloured to your heart's content.
Also the picture Domino trains the attention: After all, one must not confuse the motives! In the Domino game, children learn how to use numbers in a playful way. The pictures also tell funny stories! There is a lot to tell. And this is also great for the development of the little ones.
Puzzling, playing, colouring
An artist puzzle! This is what happens when children choose a picture motif and paint their puzzle pieces themselves. The puzzle painting game for children releases a lot of creativity in the little ones. And it strengthens the eye-hand coordination: If the picture is to be beautiful, the movement of the hand must be well coordinated with that of the eye. Unfortunately, children today find it increasingly difficult to coordinate their eyes and hands: If you only wipe on the tablet, you will no longer learn how to coordinate your eyes and hands. Painting and handicrafts help enormously here!
If you want to paint small puzzle pieces, you have to be a little older. For kindergarten children who still need large motifs, a colouring book is the right thing. Strong contours and clear shapes help them to recognise spaces. Learning to write on the line becomes easier later.
Colouring in is a lot of fun! It makes children self-confident, because they notice: All by myself I can put something great on paper!