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Activity: Color Recognition
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1. Toddler children usually begin to recognize individual colors if they are around adults who talk about colors on a regular basis.

2. Young children usually learn one color at a time. When the toddler begins to recognize a color, the caregiver should show the child other items that have the same color. This will reinforce and support the child’s color recognition.

3. Recognizing the color of the child’s clothing is usually a good place to begin color recognition. It is a good beginning because usually the colors are reinforced at home as the child is being dressed at the beginning of the day or undressed in the evening.

This Activity correlates to Developmental Guideline: EM6: Begins to Match and Sort Colors and Like Items. This Activity correlates to Developmental Guideline: EM6: Begins to Match and Sort Colors and Like Items.



 
 




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