You have two recourses to opt, either keep a stock of colorful-sheet, or give according to the need of the children by getting the prints of coloring-pages from the PC. In case, you may start to give coloring book, then after exhausting a coloring book, you may need to do hassles to get additional coloring books plus they may use up additional space. Every time you discover a particular favorite picture in a coloring book and desire additional copies, you have to either locate a photocopy machine or Purchase various duplications of the book for a single page. Any time you see a good image on a coloring sheet - you can bookmark the website and get the colorful page from it, according to your need. No doubt, the colorful-sheets and sheets are true means of amusement and entertainment for the kiddos, without any bigger cost and without a hassle for colorful books.
Coloring is a great way to bond. Ask your friends over for some wine, cheese and coloring. Perhaps at first they might look at you with skeptical eyes and doubt; but hand over a fresh sheet of paper, some vibrant or glitter colored pens and in just minutes you will not be able to pry those colors out of their fingers. Soon you will be visiting easily, looking over at each-others masterpieces from time to time to admire their selection of colors. You will begin to feel like you have time-traveled back into grade 2 and you do not really want to leave. Coloring is freeing and has no expectations. The beautiful thing about this craft is that there is no pressure to finish, to use a certain color or even to stay in the lines!!! There is absolute freedom involved in those precious hours where you just get to color.
One day I suggested that my friend and her kids and I should have a coloring party. We could have hot dogs, chips and ice cream and all color together, with the TV off, of course. We had a blast and we plan to do this once a month. Since then I have made it a practice to color in my books at least once or twice a week. This time is very relaxing for me and gives my mind a much needed break and its just plain fun. I think it is sad that we abandon, as adults, the fun things that we engaged in as kids. Just because we grow up doesnt mean we have to stop having innocent fun. I know it sounds simple, but try picking up a coloring book with images in it you can relate to and color inside or outside the lines if you want. Maybe even just scribble, but allow yourself to get in touch with the less serious side of yourself for a little while.