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A Creativity-Focused Agenda for Early Childhood Education Policymaking - Huffington Post

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A Creativity-Focused Agenda for Early Childhood Education Policymaking Huffington Post For us to have a more effective and holistic approach to educational policy, we need to better understand the role that early childhood education plays in the...
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Alan S. Kennedy's Color/Language Project

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Alan S. Kennedy's Color/Language ProjectLINGUISTIC FACTS ABOUT COLOR

We tend to think of colors as ideas which all humans agree on – grass is green, flames are orange, the sky is light blue – even if different languages have different names for these colors.

 

As English speakers, we also tend to think of color names in terms of the "basic" ones and the more specific, secondary ones (e.g. turquoise, ochre). Think of the words that are taught to young children for color. A quick look at baby books shows that English generally has 11 basic color words:


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Mini-plexiglass easels for the preschool classroom

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Mini-Plexiglass Easels are a terrific tool for inviting young children to color and write!Read more...

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The Psychology of Color In Logo Designs

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Adam Atodl's curator insight, January 18, 2013 4:51 PM

Color is very important to brand recognition. Scientists and researchers believe certain colors make us feel a certain way about something like this infographic by The Logo Company suggests.

Red : Excitement, Youthful and Bold.
Green : Peaceful, Growth and Health. ( even eco-friendly)
Blue : Trust, Dependable and Strength.
Orange : Friendly, cheerful and confidence.
Black and White : Balanced, Netural and calm.