In order to help your child recognize primary colors and learn the names such as red, yellow, blue, green, white, and black – talk about colors everyday.
For example, talk about the colors in the clothes your child wears. “I really like that blue shirt you’re wearing.” Use colors to describe everyday things for example: “Our car is green.” “Look at that beautiful yellow flower!” “Daddy’s hair is brown.”
Here are some other ideas for teaching colors:
Play the board game, “Candyland” to help children recognize colors as they move their game pieces around the board.
Color with your child. Set the crayon box near them, away from you. Ask your child to hand you a certain color crayon from the box. If they aren’t sure, point it out.
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