10 Learning Colour Books


A great activity to develop colour identity as well as learning sight words through the repetition of the sentences in each book. Children will enjoy creating their own story books and will want to read them over and over – all the time learning! Looking through magazines and advertising also develops their discrimination skills, while cutting and gluing requires fine-motor attention.

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