September 23, 2023

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This Is What Colors Does To A Child’s Development

Children take the planet around through observing and bright colors are the foremost appealing colors to children. The colors help them to differentiate between objects as they get older. The colors are easier for them to see. The age of 5 months is when the child starts to distinguish between colors. The bright colors have been known to affect their moods and behavior.

Playgrounds and places where children attend to if painted with bright colors appeal greatly to children. The bright colors in a method or another affect their moods and make them be cheerful. The most appealing and attractive colors to them are basically the primary colors, that is, red, yellow, blue, and secondary colors like green, orange and purple. Warm colors like orange and yellow bring happiness and comfort. The red color is known to increase the heart rate and therefore increases alertness and appetite while cooler colors like blue and green tend to have a calming effect.

The reason the toy industry uses bright colors is to attract children and this makes the industries make impulse selling of the toys.
As a parent, there is a need to incorporate colors that are appealing to your children may be in their rooms, study areas, or even in their playgrounds as this will affect their growth. Black colors are sometimes deemed to bring negative moods to the child as it’s hard for them to perceive them as compared to bright colors.

Colors influence children greatly and influence their growth. The children will even be able to distinguish colors. As a parent, you can display cool colors in places where your children learn numbers, figures among other objects, and this will help the child be able to learn different things by linking them to a specific color that they saw.

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