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Teaching colors to your kids .How?

Worried about teaching colors to your child, with help of an activity.
How? How did my 18months old recognised all colors through all the activities.

Introduce colors to children with help of some activities-
👉 Point their toys and tell them bring the pink color ball or the red color ball.
👉 Show and tell -Point and show the things around you ask them what do you see. Describe the colors.
▶️Example - Tell me what do you see ?
 Answer -I see the leaves on the tree.
What colors are the leaves ?
Leaves are green in color.
👉 Flash color cards
👉 Chart papers

Repeating the colors again and again in everything you see around you.

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