I now have the answer to this problem. Color It By Numbers has asked me to review their computer application, which is made for children. My review of the application was fun and interesting. I enjoyed trying out the program for myself. I wanted to make sure the program would be easy for my 4 year old granddaughter to use before playing with the computer.
I found it easy to explain to her how to use the mouse to select a color and to match the color number to the number on the picture. While coloring, if the wrong number is selected the correct color for the selected number jumps forward. I really like this feature as it helps the child work independently. There are many more features to the program that make it great for children to learn numbers while having fun. There are three coloring methods to choose from, color by number, color to make visible, and color it in your favorite color.
Another great feature is that the program is available in English, German, Spanish, Russian and French. My grandson is being raised in a bilingual household, so it's nice to see programs that offer a wider variety of languages.
When checking out Color it by numbers web site you will find three coloring book themes to choose from.
The themes are Animals, Princesses, and Vehicles. The program works with Mac, Windows and Linux and is for children ages 4-14.
I have to say the strongest reason to use this program would have to be that it not only teaches numbers, but it is also great at teaching computer skills.
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Buy the Color by numbers application here.
Color it by numbers is giving three of my readers a chance to win a free code for the Color by numbers application. There will be one winner for each coloring theme. Animals, Princesses and Vehicles.
Honest opinions were made in this post. The opinions in this post are mine and have not been influenced by monetary compensation. The product in this review was given to me free of cost by Coloritbynumbers.com