Deniece Hannah May 2, 2021 Coloring Pages
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When I first start teaching toddlers colors, I like to start out simply. I will give my toddler a red crayon and a white sheet of paper. Allow your toddler to freely scribble on the paper. As they are coloring, reinforce the fact that their crayon is red by saying, ”That is a pretty red picture,” ”Are you using a red crayon?” ”This is red” or ”See your red picture?” You can also find a printable picture of an object that is red like an apple, and have your toddler color that picture by giving them a red crayon. Another simple craft project that you can use to teach your toddler colors is to simply cut out circles from red construction paper and help your toddler glue them to a piece of paper.
When you think of firefighters, you cannot help but think about those big, red firetrucks that carry them to the scene of the fire. I think it‘s safe to say that the firetruck is recognized by children and adults everywhere, so this is a great place to start for scrapbooking. The most popular and recognizable colors related to firefighting are bright red with white. Make sure that you use these colors liberally in your page, but take care that the white does not overpower the red. For example, if you‘re using more white than red in your design, the overall feel of your page will become related to a hospital, rather than firefighting.
Another way to teach colors to toddlers is to create a recognition page that you can show and talk about with your toddler. You can do this in two ways. One way is to put pictures of red objects together on a document on your computer and print it out. Another way is to collect red pictures from a magazine, etc. and glue them to a paper. However, with either way you choose to create a recognition page, make sure that the pictures you are using are 99% red. It is okay to have some other colors on the picture like a brown stem on a red apple. But, you don‘t want to confuse your child by mixing different colors in your picture. To use the page simply sit your child down and talk to them about the red things that are on the paper. Use phrases like, ”See the red apple,” ”The apple is red” or ”See the red picture.”
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