Any day can start off with a little color. Ask your child to pick today’s color, like yellow, red, or blue. When you’re getting them dressed, take turns picking something that’s the same color. See if you both can find more things the same color during breakfast.

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A conversation about color builds on something your child knows. Focusing on details, like colors, is a skill they can use for other kinds of learning and will help them learn to read.

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