This drawing activity helps improve the motor aspects of writing.

Once the child knows where to place their fingers on the pencil, coloring helps them tone their finger muscles and finger movements. Coloring also improves hand-eye coordination and accuracy.

The drawings provided incorporate increasingly complex prescriptive shapes that are found in writing. In addition, it teaches children to control the pressure they apply to the tablet because the thickness of the drawing is proportional to the pressure applied.

The more area the child colors and the higher the accuracy, the more points he or she will receive. Leaving a drawing in progress allows them to resume it later.