In the context of Winnie the Pooh coloring pages, many parents are a little hesitant to purchase them on the basis that they are a finite resource, in other words, once they have been colored in they will no longer provide any (or at least the same) degree of entertainment and pleasure as they did previously. From a economic/capitalist perspective, such concerns are perfectly understandable, although like anything else in the world, in order to reach a more balanced and accurate conclusion it is necessary to consider all of the different variables that are in play.
Are you looking for something very fun for your child to do for a couple of hours while it rains? There is nothing that keeps kids busy more than sitting there coloring if they are young kids. Do your kids like SpongeBob Squarepants? This is something that a lot of kids have in common, and there is a pretty easy way to satisfy their curiosity without breaking the bank or you having to run/drive all over place looking for a SpongeBob Squarepants coloring book.
Children who lack intellectual maturity and emotional satisfaction can be appreciated through the assignment of task involving coloring their favorite characters. In the beginning they may start up with whacky coloring but eventually their skills tend to enhance. They gain emotional satisfaction and also build up essential motor skills like concentration of eyes and hand, hand dexterity etc. it is a kind of wholesome enjoyable task. Most kids love Disney characters very much and when they get their hands onto coloring they forget everything else. They become like angels and always try to express their best by coloring.