Color and Preschool

Children, Preschool

People in the daycare industry know that your children are sponges for learning.  What they learn now will forever shape their interactions with other people, how they fit in to society, and what sort of people they become.

Color and Preschool

Preschools teach color differentation
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One of the most effective ways to teach children in a preschool setting is to use color , as this article from Purdue University shows.  Many parents talk to their children about color. They ask their children to show them the red block or the blue ball. Parents are proud when their children learn their colors. Ask your child to tell you about the pictures and projects he is making. Ask how he is using the different colors. Listen and
ask questions. Tell your child about the colors you like and why you like them. Children need a chance to create things. They should have many colors to
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Preschool and Your Child’s Exposure to Colors

Having a child be able to differentiate between colors is an important skill that has only a little bit to do with aesthetics.  The centers of the human brain that allow judgment and decision making are linked together with the connections that are connected to perception.  Perceiving color correctly helps these other centers link up properly.  This behavior is learned in preschool, and it carries over throughout society.

Raising children is one of the most challenging and rewarding things we can do, and it’s all about making the right decisions.  And of all the decisions you make as a parent, one of the most powerful is what preschool you send them to.





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