There is one universal rule when coloring in a coloring book that we all learn in kindergarten. That rule is that we should all try to color with in the lines, we can color with whatever colors we want but we need to try to stay with-in the lines. This article will share a solution to a very common Team Performance Problem; its not unusual to find teams not working together. They sometimes seem to work in small groups or alone and can often be found working against each other.
Coloring in is one of the main starting points of creativity in children. Being able to expressed ones self with a piece of paper and colored pencils or crayons is a great thing to be able to do and remember, it leads onto being able to learn other brand new skills. Quick tip! If your child has difficulty holding a colored pencil then try them with crayons first. Crayons are easier to hold because they are larger and softer. But as your childs skills and abilities progress they will prefer the greater accuracy of using colored pencils.