Do you remember the days, back when you were young? When you have just started studying, what was your favorite exercise that your parents or teachers forced you to do? I don’t know about you but for me, it was to fill color in any other thing I saw. Generally, coloring is one of the most loved exercises by young kids. You’ll often see kids scribbling on sheets of paper or the wall before or as soon as they start holding pencils in their hands. It is a fun activity that must be encouraged from a young age since it helps develop hand dexterity and the muscle memory required for children to learn how to write and paint. It also gives them a mode of expression and allows them to expand their creativity.
Thus we bring to you, this minibeast writing and coloring book for your kids to practice writing and coloring at the same time. We aim to help you educate your child in the most efficient way possible and often introduce exercises that benefit them in more than one way. Thus the writing book is based on minibeasts that are present all around us. Children need to identify these and write a few lines about them after they are done coloring.
Download the sheets, print, and provide these to your kids. If you are to use these in kindergartens ask the students to write their name on the front page in the space provided.
The first sheet in the writing book is of a mosquito. Make sure that the kid colors the picture properly and then ask him to write a few facts about these. If he can’t, be sure to instruct him with some common facts regarding the creatures.
The second sheet is of a spider. Many kids are afraid of these eight-legged creatures.
This sheet is of a butterfly. Ask kids to color these with beautiful colors. Make sure they color within the lines. While it is a fun activity, it is important to do it correctly.
Instruct the kids to color the picture of this dragonfly and write some facts about this minibeast.
In the next sheet, the image is that of one of the most common minibeast. A fly or a housefly is a ubiquitous creature found near our favorite delicacies.
This sheet consists of the image of a beetle. Here, the students have to color the image of the ladybug and then write a few lines on it.
Here children have to write about an ant after he is done coloring the picture of the little creature.
The final three sheets in the workbook are of a slater, bee, and grasshopper.
Download, print, and give these to your kids. Such exercises allow kids to expand on what they already know and articulate these into words. For more such workbooks, visit our website!