Tag: colours
Let´s learn our colours with Barriguitas
July 28, 2015  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

Many parents worry when their toddlers take heir time learning to differentiate colours. They´re capable of doing so with letters and are able to count to 10 but some children say “Blue” no matter what colour you ask them to identify. But there´s no need to worry. Paediatrician and author of the blog KC Kids Doc, assures us that “there are cases of children, younger than 18 months old, who can identify every single crayon that comes in the box. But kids aren´t really capable of correctly identifying a colour until they are three.”

6 apps to learn shapes and colours
April 28, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Did you know that learning shapes is the base for geometry and spatial reasoning? According to experts, this allows children to learn better. On the other hand, Scholastic believes that language, description, observation and experimental skills are inherent to learning colours. Two necessary and fun activities that will help our little ones to think better and understand the world they live in. Today, at The Toy Blog, we recommend 6 apps that will help them engage in activities, which revolve around shapes and colours.