You will come to think that the graffiti genre is closest to your child's soul by scratching the wall or the wallpaper! The kid is a little explorer! Yes, kids usually scribble on the wall. As soon as we find the forgotten fat.
How can we escape this?"By no means you are taking away all the tools that can be used to leave a mark on the environment," says Grazspab Katalin, a graphologist. Today, there are many pens and pencils that can be used to wash off a given surface. The kid can draw on the bathroom tile in the bathroom made with chalk for this purpose. There are felt-tip pens that say, you can doodle the large, wispy surface of your wardrobe, but if you don't like it, you can wipe it off with a damp cloth. You can paint the inside of the nursery door with simple whiteboard paint, hang a chalkboard on the door handle and the kid has got a very space-saving drawing surface.
Why is this important?We, the adults, have learned that drawing on a desk is best on a horizontal surface. The tiny ones still don't, or just hardly realize, have only a sheet of surface available. They want more than that. Small hands are not yet suitable for the coordinated use of their fingers. They work from shoulder, shoulder, wrist. Let's love the big movesso it's a good idea to provide them with a surface where they can fulfill that need. Ground flooring wrapping paper, a small pile of dirt that is dirty, a bunch of finger paint, and a piece of super play. In the same age, the dough or the simplest plasticine for the art palette is good.
Did you scratch the wall? How do we do this? Not by losing the chalk!