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Sandbox – Color by Number

If you are searching for the perfect entertainment for your child, there is on for you. Color by number for kids are created with great care, and you can het the most of the process by playing it alongside with your children. Many years ago you could only dream of such interactive books, but now everything is at your disposal. This is not a simple entertainment, where you can think only about enjoyment; here your kid will definitely learn something about mathematics, and now you can see how everything works.

The main idea is simple and clear – the player needs to color white space with the necessary shades. But this is not a simply mechanical repetition of actions; you can get more with this simple game. First of all, a child learns about figures, and you may reiterate that this very number he or she is pressing is one, two or five. Then, your kid becomes more accurate in order not to press the wrong area. Player must have nice logics, and this game will definitely help to develop necessary skills.

No matter how old your child is, this game will be adored by any age, and even by parents, not only their children, mainly because this is a perfect way to relax and show your creative imagination. Of course, Coloring by Numbers won’t teach adults something new, but they will get the necessary charge of inspiration anyway. The images you will find there are clear and understandable to everyone, so even toddlers are aware of the things, depicted there. If the child makes a mistake, he will be prompted about the proper solution. You won’t notice distracting or harsh ways to inform about this error. So, the mistake can be easily and quickly corrected, and the overall picture will be just perfect. If you think that memorizing just numbers isn’t enough, you can find training shapes and pictograms, and with their help your child will learn geometrical notions.

Some pictures contain not only numbers or geometrical shapes; they are dealing with simple arithmetical tasks, and child needs to add or subtract sums. If the kid solves the task in the wrong way, then it would be impossible to color the chosen part. If you think that your child know numbers pretty good, you may choose coloring by letters, and here everything works the same way as with numbers and figures. If you dislike obedience, you may select your own palette, so you can perform your borderless imagination the way you want.