Early Development Series: Step One – Colours, Shapes and Patterns




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Early Development Series: Step One - Colours, Shapes and Patterns

Unleashing a world of colours, shapes and patterns - one page at a time

A vibrant journey through the world of colours, shapes, and patterns with 53 artistically designed pages crafted in collaboration with IIT experts. This book is designed to help children learn about colours, shapes, and patterns through creative and visually appealing illustrations. The objects used in the illustrations are chosen to be easily relatable to the child’s everyday life. The activities are included to help the child apply the concepts they have learned. The book also contains exercises encouraging the child to match objects based on their attributes, such as shape, colour, and size, to enhance retention and reinforce learning. In addition, it’s an excellent resource for teaching young children about patterns and problem-solving skills using stickers. Using concrete, hands-on materials like stickers can make learning about abstract concepts like patterns more engaging and accessible for young learners.

Open the book and see for yourself why parents are loving it.

Designing with the little ones : Unlocking the Pattern-Making Potential of Toddlers

Teaching children about colours and shapes can help them develop language skills and the ability to describe their surroundings. Understanding patterns help them understand what comes next. Additionally, recognising and being able to name shapes can aid in developing spatial awareness.

Visual Instruction for Non-Readers: A Picture-Perfect Guide

The activity involves showing the child an illustration with a coloured boundary and then providing them with a set of crayons and asking them to fill in the picture with the same colour as the boundary. This helps children to improve their visual perception, attention to detail and motor skills.

Matchmaker Mania: Pairing Up Puzzle Fun

Matching activities are helpful for small children as they help to develop their cognitive skills, such as visual perception, attention to detail and memory. By matching objects based on size, children learn to identify and compare sizes which can help them understand concepts such as big and small.

Designing with the little ones : Unlocking the Pattern-Making Potential of Toddlers

Understanding patterns and the ability to create and replicate them is an essential skill that can benefit children in math, art, music, and physical movement. In addition, it helps them understand concepts such as repetition and symmetry, which can be applied in many areas of learning.

Play with Stickers : Sticker Activity Sheets

The small size of stickers and the need to peel them from a sheet requires precise finger movement and control, which can help improve dexterity and hand-eye coordination in children.

Parental Insight: The Power of Parent Notes in a Child's Workbook

The parent notes in the book guide how to effectively use the accompanying worksheet. In addition, these notes suggest different methods and approaches for utilizing the worksheet to maximize its educational value for the child.

Snap, Snap, Vocab: Building a Strong Foundation for Early Language Development

Picture books also help children to develop their imagination and creativity. They can also help them develop their social and emotional skills. Picture books are also an excellent way to expose children to different cultures, ideas, and concepts.

Real life examples: A Hands-On Approach to Building Color Recognition and Vocabulary in Children

By asking your child to pass you specific objects of different colours, you can help them learn to identify and associate different colours with various things. This strategy can be fun and engaging to build children’s colour recognition skills and vocabulary.

Growing Up: A Memory Album of Your Child's Development

It allows you to remember your child’s artistic development forever. You can frame their artwork and use it as wall art in your home or keep the album as a keepsake to look back on in the future. It’s a beautiful way to document your child’s growth and creativity.

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How to Use?
  • It is good enough to let your child attempt only one sheet in a day otherwise he will get overwhelmed and confused.
  • The child to attempt the worksheet in sequence i.e. worksheet no1 first and no2 next as the worksheets are designed from easy to difficult and basic to higher.
  • Each worksheet has a solved example. Help child understand the concept. from the solved example before start doing the worksheet.
  • Guide your child to match answer from answer sheet given in the end of the worksheet package.
  • Some worksheets have foot notes. Help your child go through them for better understanding.
  • The worksheets are black and white. Engage your child to color these. They will find it more interesting.