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“My Learning Colors Flashcards and Booklet with Bonus American Sign Language Cards” helps to further a child’s learning by adding a variety of teaching tools. It can serve for use in a classroom or daycare setting, combined with an existing curriculum or presented on its own.
Bulletin Board Crayon Template (pages 4-7)
These bulletin board crayons template can be used as a display to introduce or refer to during learning time. At my daycare, we host a “Color Week” where we discuss typically, 2 -3 colors a day. The color crayon display would be helpful as a guide while introducing new colors.
Colors, American Sign Language, and Sight Word Recognition Cards (pages 8-19)
These flashcards are used as learning tools, either aside or on its own, when introducing colors. I prefer to use them as a tool for review, in addition to featuring them as part of our stations center activities. Depending on the age level of students, it is helpful to first introduce new colors with the picture cards along with the sign language cards. For older children (i.e. kindergarten) I will combine all color cards including the sight word cards.
My Learning Colors Posters and Workbook (pages 20-42)
The Learning Colors Posters can either be used to place on a bulletin board for reference, or included in the learning colors workbook. I typically laminate and cut the poster pieces individually. I like to either put them in bag to go through each color item one at a time, or I spread them around the room for children to find. There is a lot of versatile ways to use these poster pieces. At any rate, they are a great resource to present to preschoolers with color recognition of corresponding items.