Preschool Children’s Color Preferences and Its Relationships to Their Creativity
The purpose of this study is to examine the color preferences of preschool children and its relationship to their creativity. Using the paired comparison， children color preferences were tested by asking them to choose their favorite colors that included red， orange， yellow， green， blue， and purple. Children’s creativity was measured by the Test of Creative Imagination， and was evaluated through the Consensus Assessment Technique that focused on fluency， flexibility and originality. The results showed that the order of children’s color preference was as follows: red， blue， yellow， purple， orange， and green. Children’s creativity grew with age. Although there were no significant differences in creativity of children who had different color preferences， the children who preferred the purple achieved significant higher creativity scores than the others.
|關鍵詞||学前儿童、创造力、preschool children、color preference、creativity|