Kids: Farm Coloring (Switch)

Now the youngest of Switch gamers can color a selection of farm animals in Kids: Farm Coloring.  There are twelve different animals in all, such as a rooster, pig, sheep, and more.  Plus a blank page for free drawing.  Use various colors, patterns, and drawing tools like pencils, crayons, markers, and others.  Plus a selection of stickers for each page.

So parents, the first thing you’ll want to do when starting up the game is go to the options screen, which is a little gear on the left corner.  Solve a simple math equation to bypass the parental lock, and then turn off the music so you don’t have to hear a piano rendition of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” playing over and over and over.

You can use buttons to switch pictures and go to the home screen, but coloring is touch pad only.  You can’t even use the JoyCon in TV mode to color using a cursor or pointing at the TV.  But it’s easier just to use the touch screen to color anyway.  There aren’t really any instructions, but the paint program is pretty easy to figure out by messing around for a few minutes.  Only other problem is the game could’ve used more content.  Like more pictures to color, such as a barn or tractor or other animals or something.  Or more than four stickers per page.

Kid Factor:

Nothing violent or objectionable here and reading isn’t required to play.  Best for the youngest of Switch gamers.  Kids: Farm Coloring is rated E for Everyone

One Response to “Kids: Farm Coloring (Switch)”

  1. My youngest son suffers from anxiety and panic attacks, nothing can help him for a long time. Recently I read a useful article on the website and I figured out that art is the best therapy in such cases. Just 2-3 hours a day while kid is painting or drawing something and it helps to become calmer.

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