Childrens books about mixing colors
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12 Fun Picture Books About Colour
When parents ask me for ways to teach colors to their toddler or preschooler, my first recommendation is to read books about colors. This list is a great place to start! There are a million books about colors out there, but for this post I wanted to focus on the ones that are best for teaching colors. When I began reading these to my little guy 2 years, 8 months , he knew no color names at all. Now, two months later, he knows almost all of them. All it took was reading and talking about a few of these books several times a week. Click here for a printable list.
Most answer with a simple blue, pink, or orange, while at least one claims taupe as a favorite and another prefers sea foam green. Kids quickly bond over favorite colors and learn to respect the color preferences of others.
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Board Books About Colors
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. I still use it when a little one asks me the colors of the rainbow. Monsters Love Colors by Mike Austin is a fun, silly and energetic book about colors. I love the simplicity yet rich text and illustrations in this one. A perfect pick for toddlers.
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Sharing is caring - thank you for spreading the word! Experimenting with colors makes me feel so cheerful! As the title of this book implies, this book offers a concise guide to color and color theory for kids. In other words, there are a ton of concepts packed into this book, and the information is presented in a very simple format that makes it easy to understand. Of course, this book goes beyond your basic introduction to colors, and much of the information would probably be too advanced for kids below elementary age.