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November 20, 2016
Rojo Means Red

You may already point out red, green, and yellow traffic lights, so your child sees and identifies the colors, and knows what they mean. If you know those words in a different language — Spanish, say, with rojo, verde, amarillo — try repeating those words, too. After a few trips around town, your child will start to pick up the second language.

 
 

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