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Coloring PROPERLY with crayons will help children become better readers and writers.
From my earliest years until sometime in elementary school, coloring with crayons remained to be a creative and fun activity. Later I discovered the importance of "fun" and how it plays a significant role in "The Art Of The Crayon" as a learning style that develops sensory perception at all levels. Eyes learn to see, hands develop control, the imagination begins to process as they all work in harmony to release creativity to accomplish its desired goal.
HOW IT WORKS
Hand-eye coordination is the ability to track the movements of the hands with the eyes, thus enabling the eyes to send important signals to the brain about hand movement. Poor hand-eye coordination can greatly compromise your ability to exercise and can also affect everyday tasks such as writing. Hand-eye coordination allows the eyes to indirectly coordinate the movements of the hands. Your eyes send electrical signals to your brain providing information about visual stimuli. Your brain then sends signals to your hands telling them how to move in response to these stimuli. This complex process occurs in a split second, but errors in the process can result in difficulties coordinating movement, balance problems, trouble focusing the eyes on the hand's movements during exercise and sports and difficulties with learning-related tasks such as reading and writing.
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