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Hello my friends!

We know that singing and rhyming can help build vocabulary and develop sound discrimination. Both skills are crucial to the development of literacy. The size of a child’s vocabulary and his or her ability to discriminate sounds are strong predictors of how easily a child will learn to read. Maybe some of the first words when a child is building up his vocabulary are COLOURS.

After your children master the colours, you can sing this song to them and have fun with words olay and colours! It also teaches them about rhymes and words that rhymes and challenges children to think of colours that rhyme with a specific word! Therefore, you have Language development and Logical thinking in one song!

 

Colours, colours everywhere,

Colours, colours here and there,

Colours colours you can see

Different colours on you and me.

 

And if you’re dressed in white, stand up!

And if you’re dressed in black, stand up!

White and black just dance, dance, just dance dance

White and black sit down!

 

Colours, colours everywhere,

Colours, colours here and there,

Colours colours you can see

Different colours on you and me.

 

And if you’re dressed in red, stand up!

And if you’re dressed in green, stand up!

Red and green just dance, dance, just dance dance

Red and green sit down!

 

and so on….every colour you can think of, till you get to light yellow and dark blue (if children can differentiate between the grades of the colours),etc.

Have fun!

Bella


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