Do you read the story Pete the Cat’s “Rockin’ In My School Shoes?”
or “I Love My White Shoes?”
Since they are a huge hit with my kiddos, I decided to make a color game
The packet includes 12, full color poster mats
, that you can use for an independent center game
This is also a super-fun, non threatening way to individually assess colors
and color words
My students can’t wait for their turn to show me what they know, as they get to play a game with their teacher.
I’ve included 2, mini-certificates of praise
“I know my colors!” and “I know my color words!” for you to give them when they master this standard.
There are 8-on-a-page for quick printing.
Since there’s a lot of diversity
in my classroom and I’m sure yours as well, I’ve included a nice assortment of various ethnicities
The packet also includes black and white worksheets
featuring 12 different children
, so that students can color, cut and make their own game, which can now be used as a whole group assessment tool
When everyone is done, simply call out a color. Children find those matching colored shoes, as well as the color word and place them on their worksheet. You can see at a glance who is having difficulty.
I’ve included color words in matching colored ink for PK kiddos, as well as a set of color words in black ink for assessment purposes. (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, white, black, brown, grAy and grEy).
This packet goes perfectly with my "Rockin' In Our School Shoes" emergent reader booklet
. Using the poster color words from that packet would not only be a great way to introduce this lesson, but enable you to play more color games too.
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I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a blessed and rainbow-bright school year.
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