Aliyah Janiyah April 17, 2020 Coloring Pages Toddler
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.
But the alphabet color pages which come with designs and small drawings like beautiful coloring objects make it easy for them to remember the words. When 'H for Horse or Home or House' is linked with pictures or cartoons of the objects, they find it interesting and funny and remember quickly. Thus this is one very important benefit that you get from alphabet coloring pages.
The world of web has been really blissful in these matters. You can find ready made alphabet coloring pages in hundreds of styles and colors. The use of these coloring sheets is perfect to teach preschool children the alphabets and also make them read and write them in proper fashion. The coloring sheets make perfect alphabet games as they come in funny shapes or associated with things children love like dogs, monkeys, fairies, flowers, garlands, cartoon characters and others.
To test the wits of the toddlers you can give them coloring puzzles. Let them first try to complete the puzzles and then color them once done. Since toddlers hold a perspective of what color an image should have, let them do the color they like. However, as they advance, try to push them to make the coloring resemble the actual looks of the thing represented by the images in the coloring books.
Children are fascinated by colors. Since they are relatively new to this world, and are exceedingly curious and perceptive, they consider each new hue and shade to be exquisite and exceptional, unlike us, who have learned to take all the colors in the world for granted, and don't even look twice at any new shade as such, believing it to be just another part of the surrounding environment.
You can also use activities and games to teach toddlers their colors. A great activity to teach the color red is to create an orchard of red apples. Do this by cutting out apple shapes from red construction paper and laminate them. Place a small piece of Velcro on the back and place them on a bulletin board. Have the toddler "pick" the apples and place them into a red box or create. Reinforce to the child that they are picking Red Apples" as the child does the activity. As the child grows and learns more of their colors, you can mix in yellow and green apples as well. Use a red create, a yellow create and a green create and have the child place the corresponding apples into their color create. By repetition and reinforcing what the child is learning by talking to them, your toddler can easily learn their colors in order to prepare them for their future in education.
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