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. Some cool crayons that you can find are the metallic or glitter ones. Kids love playing with the new media that manufacturers are coming out with these days. Gel pens are even good for the kids to play with. Hopefully you'll put a blanket down in the backseat so that the kids won't get ink or crayon wax on the upholstery while you're driving. You might think that looking for SpongeBob Squarepants coloring pages is going to be something that will take you all afternoon, or all day depending on your particular point-of-view. However, you are going to find that there are websites out there that cater to this, and many other whims like this, that ca be found pretty easily with a few simple mouse clicks. If you have a few hours to kill to look for this stuff, that is pretty good. However, if you only have about an hour, or maybe less, you are going to be able to find what you are looking for relatively quickly when you are very specific about your search terms. Anyone that has very young children automatically knows that there really are not enough hours in the day to do what you really need to do, much less what you want to do that is recreational. Tinkerbell coloring sheets describe the character as a common fairy who mends pots, sometimes is very helpful, and other times is very close and kind to Peter Pan. Children will discover her personality, who does not let her more feelings at a time, step by step and page by page. The joy of colouring these books will come also from the fact that along with Tinkerbell, your kids will find easy and enjoyable to draw in, Peter Pan and Wendy. The sheets are easy to download on your computer, be printed and handed on to your children, this way their little imaginative "mission" to begin.
Internet is a hub of free coloring printouts for kids. Parents or pre-school teachers can easily access a variety of such coloring pages. They can select the best ones for their kid after considering certain factors. Then they can take out prints using good quality printer. All you need is just a computer at your home. The material. Some coloring books offer the ability for the child to simply run over the surface with the pens or crayons provided, and it will turn out to be the right color regardless. Some are more like paint books, and some have magic marker surfaces and come with markers that will not show up on any surface but the specially prepared book pages. Choose the book that best suits you and your child. If you are worried about markings on the walls, then don't select a pack of basic crayons, get something that uses special crayons. If you want your child to exercise their own creativity and not have to fit in the lines or color schemes planned, get basic pages. It is up to you. These coloring pages range from Disney characters to religious festivals. There are coloring pages available online on every conceivable topic you can think of. The primary stimulation to the brain they provide is that knowledge of colors. It is not merely colors that help but the kids get that aesthetic sense by the act of coloring. He starts to recognize the various shapes and forms. He also gets to know what are boundaries and lines.