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Re: Coloring Books

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John Bibby, QED of York, York, England (qed)
Sun, 26 Oct 1997 23:26:07 +0000

I'm interested in the use of colouring books to teach scientific
subjects, e.g. "The Multiplication Tablesa Colouring Book", "The
Human Body Colouring Book".

Does anyone know of any others?

It seems a great way to tie art in with other aspects of the

On 22 Oct 97 at 6:02, christ_concubine wrote:

> I am doing a project on coloring books and child psychology, and I
> was wondering if you could think of any on-line resources for me. I
> happen to be in favor of coloring books, having used them as a
> child. I find that they help your sense of how colors can go
> together, without having to worry about what you're actually
> drawing. I don't think I would have as good of an intuituve sense
> of color if I had not been able to use coloring books. I also do
> free-form drawings, but I think coloring books are essential in
> their own way. So sure, give your kids a sketchbook- it's a great
> idea.... but don't ban coloring books because you think they're
> uncreative. Your child might get something from them. Sincerely,
> Nora Lally-Graves Senior at Tandem Friends School