10 Benefits of Toddler’s Painting

Painting is a huge priority in my family. My children paint at least once a day, it is a fun activity for all of us and it helps their development.

Here are 10 reasons you should let your toddler paint every day.

  1. When a child holds a paint brush it encourages fine motor skills.
  2. They learn to move their hand, wrist, and arm to create images.
  3. It works muscles in their hand, wrist and arm preparing them to write, draw and cut with scissors.
  4. It teaches them hand-eye coordination.
  5. They learn and explore colors.
  6. They learn to express emotions.
  7. Provides brain development.
  8. They develop cognitive skills by making decisions and making choices.
  9. It teaches them to be independent, individuality, appreciation of others work, and a sense of self-respect.
  10. It’s an entertaining activity and keeps them busy.

Every masterpiece your toddler creates is teaching them and preparing them for school and life success. So mommies and daddies stop worries about the mess and let those babies create with paint. It’s fun and comes with benefits for those little ones.

Thanks for joining me tonight!

~Gruada Mom~



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Author: Gruada Creations

Hello We are the Gruada Sisters, we love to create new and exciting things. I (Gruada Mom) love taking pride in my new creations like a fairy garden I did with my daughter or a race track I built with my boys. I (Gruada Sister) love creating new things with them as well, I do not have children of my own so I spoil and create with my niece and nephew. We have two lives but one love... a love to create, learn and teach. The children are our inspiration to live happily and freely. Follow Gruada Creations on our new journey of creating fun and wild crafts, DIY Projects, toddler learning & daycare advice, interior and exterior design, Gardening, Fitness & Health and Travel. Never have fear of being different and standing out! Take it one day at a time and create art freely. Join our email list to receive monthly newsletters and all our most recent blog posts.

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