Halloween Coloring Fun




    Give your little goblins the perfect treat this Halloween with this FREE coloring book app! Kids will enjoy coloring these spine-tingling scenes featuring mummies, pumpkins, bats, and gang of other ghostly goodies. This Halloween, bring some life to the undead with the magic of color. It will be a scream!
    • Teaches children the alphabet, the fundamentals of reading
    • 5 basic colors that can be mixed to create new colors
    • Stimulates creativity and teaches about boundaries
    • Exercises touchscreen skills
    Gerard Jones, author Killing Monsters, shows us that scary stuff helps kids process anger and violent emotions in a controlled safe fashion. Spooky entertainment is fun for kids and helps with their emotional development. By coloring skeletons and pumpkins, kids feel more able to contend with the eerie and unknown.
    Coloring is also an effective way for children to express themselves. The act of coloring has been shown to calm children and de-stress them after a day of school – and this helps de-stress the parents as well! Coloring books teach kids about understanding and respecting boundaries – why it is important to stay within the lines, and when you should decide to cross them. Completely coloring a scene gives kids a sense of accomplishment and a boost of confidence. This better enables them to take on the challenges of schoolwork and social pressures.
    Children can enjoy experimenting and playing with mixing colors to make new colors. By better understanding the makeup of colors, children are better prepared to understand the full spectrum of the color wheel as they get older.
    This Halloween coloring book app also gives kids a chance to practice using a touchscreen and exercising their tactile skills, abilities that are becoming increasingly important due to the proliferation of touchscreen and tablet devices.
    As parents, we’ve all been there… your child has created a work of art and you would love to proudly display it on Facebook or simply send copies to family. This is of course difficult without getting the camera, scanner or photocopier out! once your child has created their masterpiece, at the click of a button, you can share it with friends & family via Facebook, Twitter, email, or simply save a snapshot to your device.
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