Go to the library to find some colour books or books with Yellow in the title.
Try some of these titles if you can find them:
Blue Vs. Yellow, by Tom Sullivan, Blazer & Bray, 2017 - The Color Blue and Yellow are fighting over who is better.
In My New Yellow Shirt, by Eileen Spinelli and illustrated my Hideko Takahashi, Henry Holt & Company, 2001 - A little boy loves his new yellow shirt because he can use his imagination and pretend to be many different things.
Is It Red? Is It Yellow? Is It Blue?, by Tana Hoban, Greenwillow books, 1978 – This is a book of colour photographs with no words but it uses coloured dots on each page instead; it is great for toddlers to point to the dots and then point to the colour on the page.
Kitten Red Yellow Blue, by Peter Catalanotto, A Richard Jackson Book Atheneum Books For Young Readers, 2005 – A review of sixteen different colours by teaming kittens up with people of different professions.
Lemons Are Not Red, by Laura Vaccaro Seeger, A Neal Porter Book, Roaring Brook Press, 2004 – This is a fun book with cut outs on each page that at first reveal the wrong colour but then when you turn the page show the real colour of each object.
Yellow Everywhere, by Kristin Sterling, Lerner Publications Company, 2010 - Bright yellow photographs and large print make this a great early learner book.
Yellow Is My Color Star, by Judy Horacek, Beach Lane Books, 2010 - A little girl explains why yellow is her favourite color.
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CRAYON AND PAPER:
Write the word "yellow" on a piece of paper using light pencil and then give your child a red crayon (or marker) so he/she can trace it and then try to write it on his/her own.
Search through your child’s books to find any that teach the colours and flip to the yellow pages.