Coloring winter clothes
What is the easiest way to learn the names of various pieces of winter clothing with your child? You can repeat them in the process of dressing. Or you can use a simple and affordable tool - coloring.
Coloring winter clothes allows you to remember what the different elements of a winter wardrobe are called, and then practice training in sorting things according to the seasons - for this you are mixed in one of the pictures winter and summer things. In the course of work, discuss what material these or other items of clothing are made of, what colors they can be, and what role they play for a person.
For example, if there is a “hat” in front of the baby, it will be good to remember that the hat is a hat, the winter version of which should be made of fur, leather or warm wool, since the main e a task - to protect from the cold. In the summer we wear hats made of thin fabrics - panama, hats, caps,since their main task is to protect us from the scorching sun.
But the “mittens” coloring helps to remember that a person has two hands, one of which is left, and the other is right. You can pay attention to the difference between mittens and gloves and discuss which of them will warm better and why ..
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The coloring “clothes” for children will turn into an interesting game, which you can print on a black and white or color printer.After the child has painted the elements of clothing, cut them out and have the baby stick it in the order in which they are usually dressed; You can use for this figure a pupa. Let the child take the paper things one by one, call them and stick them - an interesting and useful activity will turn out.
You can make a card out of the coloring that the kid draws, calling the depicted piece of clothing. Cards can be grouped according to different signs - for example, according to what material the things depicted are made of. With this non-standard approach, even the simplest coloring can turn into a unique methodical material.