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Can Correctly Name Some Colors (40-48 Months)

Although children can distinguish among colors at an earlier age and may learn color words, they may not consistently name the colors they see correctly until age 3 or 4.


Shelov, S. P. (Editor-in-Chief). (2004). Caring for Your Baby and Young Child: Birth to Age 5. The American Association of Pediatrics. Revised edition. New York: Bantam Books.