Isn’t it amazing how toddlers can easily capture something in their young minds then try to put it down on paper?
We always thought that introducing a toddler to crayons at a very young age was good idea. There are so many toddler-safe crayons out there and so many scratch papers waiting around to be used by the little girl. Though Una’s version of rainbow doesn’t have the ROYGVIB colors, it still makes me proud. Why? Because I never taught her how to draw a rainbow. She did on her own based on what she saw in her books and the kids shows on TV. Not to mention that she’s only 3 years old.
Drawing and coloring are just some of Una’s favorite toddler activities. It’s no surprise that we always buy her a new set of crayons whenever we are our out. She’s addicted to crayons as I am addicted to colored pencils and pens.