Children should begin learning about colors as toddlers, so that by preschool age they can name and recognize the different basic colors.  Here are some ideas and resources to help you accomplish that task:

By preschool age, children should know how to name and recognize
basic colors.  This core curriculum will expand on that knowledge,
exploring concepts such as color matching and patterns, how colors
change when mixed together, and the recognition of more advanced
colors.

* Curriculum idea: Label each of your tables in the classroom with a different color to help children learn their colors.

 

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