American English, French and Spanish color words together on one worksheet. Color the objects, practice writing and learn facts about linguistics and culture. Writing practice has large fonts, center guide lines, trace work and freehand writing practice and includes the color word from each of the three languages.
These worksheets reinforce developmentally appropriate color recognition, hand-eye coordination, and handwriting skills while also exposing young students to additional languages, their spelling patterns, and their linguistic and cultural connection to the English language and the culture of North America and the United States.
They makes use of Common Core theories and educational processes while encouraging empathy, cultural understanding and anti-bullying behaviors. The included languages of English, French and Spanish are spoken all over the world and even minimal basic understanding leads to better global citizenship.
Minimal Preparation: Prepare by learning to speak the French and Spanish color words correctly OR use an online translation service that talks to provide the correct pronunciation with students. Print the worksheet(s) and distribute to students.
These worksheets are designed to be used by any individual or group that they seem appropriate for.
The level of the writing assignment is the major deciding factor as to which students are leveled correctly for this activity.
May be suitable for Special Education, English as a Second Language (ESL), Gifted and Talented and home school students.
BEST FOR GRADES 1 TO 3
3 LANGUAGE COLOR WORDS PER SHEET:
AMERICAN ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH
COLOR AND WRITING PRACTICE ON EACH PAGE
LARGE PRINT WITH GUIDE LINES
TRACEWORK AND FREEHAND WRITING
FACTS HIGHLIGHING LINGUISTICS AND CULTURE ON EACH PAGE
INCLUDES 8 WORKSHEETS:
RED, BLUE, YELLOW, GREEN, ORANGE, BROWN, BLACK AND WHITE
EACH WORKSHEET SHOULD TAKE ABOUT ONE CLASS PERIOD TO COMPLETE, FOR A TOTAL OF 8 CLASS PERIODS IF ALL WORKSHEETS ARE USED.
**File updated 9/11/2013 - Better handwriting font and fixed guide lines not showing up completely.**