From the moment of birth, children learn through play, by exploring and discovering the world around them. This is how they create their own unique understanding of the world. Children construct their own knowledge through interaction with the environment, including drawing, playing and other usual activities, connecting new experiences with what they already know. Regularly engaging in the above described experiences, children are capable within their own right, for example, involved in colouring they perceive colours differently. Colouring activities help to see differences in colours and tones, develop hand-eye coordination, experience their emotions and imagination. In their mind, children try to fill the lines and see the whole picture before colouring in.