Visual perception skills are as important for children as learning the letters. They have to do a lot of activities to express everything they see and witness with their eyes. This is not just a picture, of course. Music, poetry, song, sculpture, children should be interested in any of these art branches and they should express their dreams and thoughts through any of them. Remember, the fact that children are interested in any branch of art allows them to grow up to be more subtle and psychologically healthier individuals. Painting is one of these branches. By painting, children develop not only their art skills, but also their fine motor skills, mental perceptions and physical skills.