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12 May 2016

Wherever possible, let your child the opportunity play with colors. Whether use crayons, finger paints, colored tissue paper, or markers, this chance being creative will last your child.

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Most youngsters learn more effectively, and like to understand, by doing. Pointing to some red swatch and repeating the saying "red" grows boring quite fast - specifically for a child. Hands-on learning tends to make the maximum impression and children retain more of what they've learned this way.

Activity suggestions:

• Provide your child red, yellow, and blue finger paints. Permit them mix colors to find out the "magic" of creating new colors!

• Have your son or daughter draw a tree trunk on the large sheet of while paper. Tear up...