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Teaching colors

Teaching color is important casue  color gives life to paintings, drawings, photographs and television. If everything were in black and white there wouldn't be much to characterize what we see. So here is one way to start! 

color plate!
paint a plate different colors and paint clothes pins matching. Once dry write either on the plate or pins the color. Then let ur kid/kids match colors!
 Another cool idea-
Muffin colors!
Cut little pieces of colored paper and tape them down in a muffin tin. Then you have two choices either
A. Let your kid search the house for things to go in each spot or
B. Put a bowl of things and let your kid sort them out.


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