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Well, it depends. The 14 year old is getting pretty good. But the 1 year old gets bored of coloring after about 48 seconds.
my kid doesn't need lines.
One can, for the other, depends on mood.
My ex's genes passed on great artistic ability to our kids. I have trouble drawing a straight line.
My kid(s) color between the lines, then outside the lines and back in the lines and then maybe a wall, tv, window, or floor.
Wooter to blame for sellout: SumDuud
Sellout time: 8:11:25 AM Central Time
My kids are like me ... they do what they want because they can (unless I tell them otherwise). So they color how they want. LOL!
I never gave the kids lines in which to color. Just lots and lots of blank paper and color implements (crayons, markers, pencils, paint). The results were unpredictable, messy, and marvelous!
My kid is just now learning to hold his bottle so that's a no.
My "free thinking" cat craps outside the box xD
My children are both budding artists so for them there are no lines! I'm so glad they didn't get my stick figure artistic skills ;)