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    07/24/2012 - Why Are Coloring Books Important for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners?
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    I See Me! introduces the new My Very Own Name personalized coloring book for back-to-school! Coloring books have always been important educational tools, and now publisher I See Me! Inc. has taken this classic to a whole new level by introducing a personalized coloring book.

    Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) July 24, 2012 -

    Parents do everything that they can to prepare their preschoolers and kindergarteners for school. Coloring books have always been important educational tools, and now publisher I See Me! Inc. has taken this classic to a whole new level by introducing a personalized coloring book.

    In their new My Very Own Name personalized coloring book, animals bring letters one by one to spell out your child’s very own name in rhyme. The moose bring the M, the elephant brings the E, and so on. After your child colors the animals and letters that spell out his or her name, the fun continues with personalized games and activities.

    Coloring books have always been important teaching tools because they:

    teach children knowledge of the alphabet, animals, and colors

    encourage self-expression through drawing

    teach children how to grip and hold a crayon or writing instrument

    teach hand-eye coordination

    help children learn to develop concentration and focus skills

    I See Me! has taken this educational experience even further with the My Very Own Name personalized coloring book because the child learns how to spell his or her name while coloring. As an added personal touch, this coloring book is personalized with the child’s birth date and a printed dedication from the sender. It has a high quality soft cover with premium white paper that provides great results with crayons, watercolors, pastels and pencils. What child wouldn’t want to spend hours coloring the animals that spell out his or her very own name?