Children learn colors better by learning one color, then branching out to another, and so on. Children are not taught color terms this way; instead, they are asked, "what color is this?" and have many color terms introduced to them at once. This paper illustrates the gap between knowledge and Practice that exists, and explores the feasibility of changing current methods to the one color method.
"One Color at a Time: A Better Way to Learn,"
Augsburg Honors Review: Vol. 7
, Article 8.
Available at: https://idun.augsburg.edu/honors_review/vol7/iss1/8