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Question: Why children paint trees blue or grass red?
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[quote:Smilefriend:MV84NTI4MjBfMTMyNTI5MzNfMTdGMTA4MUI=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 740434] no. well, maybe for some... but some do that because they know that they can. when you create, you are in control - there are no real laws or rules - if you want red grass and a green sky and talking cats with wings then you got it. they know the grass is green, but they want it to be red because its new and fun to see new things. :hf: [/quote] Children know how best to use their imagination, thanks for the comment. [/quote]
Young children may colour trees blue or grass red because their memories can't "bind" together the colour and shape of an object.
Because the brain stores colour and shape in different groups of neurons.
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