Color not only affects our moods, it can also promote learning and creativity. If I ever doubted that children are attracted to color, I soon learned otherwise at a recent craft show in Mt. Gretna, Pennsylvania. The children were drawn to the colorful hand painted rockers and tables and chairs that were on display. Many of them wanted to sit and play on the colorful chairs that were just their size. Watch video link in below
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It has always been my belief that color is important when selecting items for children and the children themselves reinforced this idea.Different colors promote different moods and mental creativity. Warm colors like red, orange and yellow all stimulate brain activity. Yellow is uplifting, like sunshine, and orange, which has a lot of yellow in it, promotes feelings of joy and vitality. Cool colors like green, blue and violet encourage relaxation, and surprisingly, pink is the color of tranquility. Green is also very soothing. It promotes harmony.