Do you use a Smartboard or projector in your classroom? Are you looking to begin teaching about the Colour Wheel? Primary
Secondary or Tertiary colours? Different tints and shades of colour? Feelings from colours? Creative writing colour feeling
This product is to be used with the Colour Wheel Power Point Presentation. This fill in the blanks sheet allows students to have a reference sheet with important information from the Colour Wheel Power Point Presentation. Included is an example of
Easily incorporate and use this simple Kindergarten Observation Chart that is double sided with JK/SK sections daily. Keep track of students development or anecdotal observations.
This Kindergarten Observation Chart includes fillable space for
Easily incorporate and use this simple Graphic Organizer in your next Dramatic Arts lesson with Primary and Junior students.
This Graphic Play Organizer is simple for students to use. This Graphic Play Organizer has many sections for students to
Colour Lesson 1. This lesson is geared toward grade 4 and 5 students. The lesson includes step by step details on how to lead your lesson with your students, materials or technology required.
This lesson includes:
- 3 Learning Goals's
- 3 Success
Easily incorporate and use this simple Kindergarten Assessment Checklist daily. Keep track of students that are consolidating, developing or not yet understanding by using simple symbols on checklist.
This Kindergarten Assessment Checklist
This product pairs with both the Colour Wheel Power Point Presentation as well as the Power Point Presentation fill in the blanks.
Looking for a simple yet effective idea for your art lesson for colours? Look no further! This 4 art lesson with