Color Week

This Color Week activity & project also includes:

Practice counting by ones up to 20 with your kindergartners using this colorful class experiment. There are two versions for the lesson. Version 1: The Friday beforehand, send home a notice for the week assigning a different color for your class to wear each day. Each morning, ask all the young learners wearing the color of the day to come to the front of the room. Count the number together as a class and record it on the corresponding chart (see example in the lesson). Version 2: Do not pre-assign your class to wear any colors using a week chart with red, blue, yellow, green, and pink. Each day, count the number of kindergartners wearing each color and record the number on the chart. To add to either version you can create a bar graph with the results. Simple and fun!

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Resource Details

Grade
K
Subjects
Arithmetic & Pre-Algebra
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Resource Types
Activities & Projects
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Duration
5 days
Instructional Strategies
Choral Response
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Usage Permissions
Creative Commons
BY-NC-SA: 4.0
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Common Core