By varying pressure on the crayon when they draw, young children experiment and learn about:
A. width and length
C. shades and tints
D. force. They will realize the harder they press, the darker the color, the lighter they press, the lighter the color will be.
Pressure on the crayon has nothing to do with width, length, measurement or shades and tints. It has to do with the amount of force applied to the crayon when you draw with it.
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