Thanks everybody. Addison's picture looks about like Jake's would. I think if there were 3 separate little pictures on a page he would color with 3 different colors. But, one big picture he would have a tendency to color yellow.
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06-07-2006, 03:20 PM #11momlaRegistered User Over 5,000 Postnow has a status.
06-07-2006, 04:59 PM #12JoanneNYRegistered User Over 5,000 PostLong time FTer
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Momla, I'm so glad you asked about this! Dylan loves art - likes to make collages, loves to draw and is quite good at it - but coloring? He has no interest, no patience, and thinks it's a big ole chore. He does use many colors but it's definitely a scribbling kind of coloring - lines in all different directions and everything is "rainbow" colored. Rainbow horse, rainbow dog, rainbow house . When he does his drawings, he rarely colors them in and kind of groans when presented with a coloring book.Joanne
Dylan ~ 9 years old and his ^i^ twin
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06-07-2006, 05:41 PM #13momlaRegistered User Over 5,000 Postnow has a status.
Originally Posted by JoanneNY
Same with Jake. Although I wouldn't say he *loves* to draw but he enjoys it and is quite good at it. Yes, everything is rainbow colored or not the typical color here too. For example, he drew Mickey Mouse in all green last night--both on the paper and on my carpet (about 12 inches in diameter) in Crayola Slick Stix--those lipstick type crayons. Yep. We may need new carpet in the family room and my house is only a year and a half old!
06-07-2006, 09:53 PM #14LBWPRegistered Userhas no status.
I have b/g twins who will be 4 (in less than a month) & while dd will use different colors & stay inside the lines, ds prefers (1) color crayon & colors everything the same-never staying inside the lines. If there happens to be a blue crayon in the bunch-that's his favorite color & that's the color the picture will be. He too goes back & forth across the page coloring the entire picture.
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