Published at Saturday, August 15th 2020, 07:25:01 AM. Animal Coloring Page. By Evie O'neill.
Adult Coloring Pages Exercises the Entire Brain. Coloring is not a “left” brain or “right” brain thing. It is a task that exercises both hemispheres, something akin to a “full brain” workout. When adults color they utilize the “creative side” of their brain to pick artistic color choices and provide aesthetic balance to the art. But they also use their frontal lobe for concentration, focus organizational ideas.
Develops spatial awareness. Visual perception is an important skill to develop in young children. Coloring can help strengthen awareness of the hand´s position and margins on the page to help children keep their pencil within a given area.
Coloring as an Adult Brings Back Happy Memories of Childhood. Coloring is a simple exercise. Just about all of us spent many hours coloring as children. It was fun. It was easy. It was distracting. The same is true as an adult. Sometimes you are doing some adult coloring you channel a bit of your old self as a child, and you begin to have the unbridled fun and excitement you used to have as a kid.
This complex patterns of the art you are coloring can actually induce you into a semi-hypnotic state while coloring. This can, in turn, give you a better understanding of yourself and your place in the world.