I thought it would be fun to teach children about fruit. In one classroom I observed during clinics, the teacher just completed the book "Eating the Alphabet" I believe, and other similar stories. On Friday for snack time, the teacher brought in a variety of different fruits the children learned about. Each fruit was something I haven't even tasted, such as star fruit. I came up with the idea of teaching students the different colors of various fruit. I laminated 5 pieces of paper with baskets on them that were labeled different colors. I then cut out 12 different pieces of fruit. I put Velcro on them so the students can take each piece of fruit and see if they can place them in the correct basket. This is great for Pre-K and K where they can work on placing the colors together. The one thing I did do was not put the name of the fruit on the actual fruit. This way the teacher can help those who struggle with the names of certain fruits can help the children learn them. I thought this could be either an individual activity or cooperative group. Students can be given dry erase markers where their job is to work on labeling each fruit correctly and placing them in their correct baskets. There are many activities this can be used for.