Colour recognition is an important step in cognitive development for children. It plays a part in object recognition, and helps a child develop the descriptive language skills that ensures clear communication. In line with this view, Brown colour was introduced to the Prideens with a virtual visit to a bakery with Bunny. Children enjoyed watching and identifying the colour of the different kinds of bread, cookies, muffins, etc., during their visit. To further enhance the recognition and creativity, children worked on their fine motor skills and made muffins using paper cups, cotton, and brown colors. Tiny tots loved their chit chat with their friends during the bakery product and chocolate break. Children were engaged in interesting activities, like planting a plant, celebrating brown colour day, cotton dabbing, etc, that helped to develop the skills of colour recognition and classification.