I can't stress enough the importance of songs and rhyming chants to the development of early literacy skills. To reinforce color recognition, little ones sing, count, move, and create. All you have to do is choose which of these great activities you'll be using today. There are four songs, each of which supports a developmental activity.
I Know My ColorsColors are around us in all places, from the clothes we wear to things in nature to the crayons in our crayon box. When we see green, life comes to mind. The colors red, orange, and yellow represent a warm feeling. Blues are calming. Colors come in all different shades. Some colors are bright, while others are dark. Together, colors and shapes create patterns. Use this collection to allow beginning learners to name, identify, explore, and discover the wonderful world of colors. *Take a look at the notes attached to each resource to find suggested ways to use the pictures and activitiesPre-K - 2nd Math
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