number 4 for coloring

Representing 1, 2 and 3 in as many lines as the number represented worked well. [citation needed] The Brahmin Indians simplified 4 by joining its four lines into a cross that looks like the modern plus sign. The Shunga would add a horizontal line on top of the numeral, and the Kshatrapa and Pallava evolved the numeral to a point where the speed of writing was a secondary concern. The Arabs’ 4 still had the early concept of the cross, but for the sake of efficiency, was made in one stroke by connecting the “western” end to the “northern” end; the “eastern” end was finished off with a curve. The Europeans dropped the finishing curve and gradually made the numeral less cursive, ending up with a glyph very close to the original Brahmin cross.

number 4 for coloring, In order to keep the children interested in the art and beauty of butterflies, there are websites that provide more advanced butterfly patterns to be printed for the older children.