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Colours & Shapes featues a hundred and one instructing rules regarding the topic of its identify. actions span a number of curriculum parts together with math, language improvement, technological know-how, artwork, track, and extra.
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McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing © School Specialty Publishing 43 1-57029-487-9 101 Colors and Shapes Activities CHAPTER 5 Music and Movement 53 SOME SHOES Materials No materials needed. Activity Invite the children to sit in a circle and remove their shoes. Then have them clap their shoes together in time to the following chant. Shoes, shoes, shoes, shoes. Some shoes are brown. Some shoes are blue. Some shoes are old. Some shoes are new. Shoes, shoes, shoes, shoes. Some shoes are black. Some shoes are white.
Draw a circle on the remaining cards. Then use colored pens to turn these shape outlines into drawings of familiar objects. To play the game, lay out three circle cards and a triangle card. Ask the children to decide which shape does not belong. Continue with the other shapes. Suggestions include: Triangle: pointed hat, ice cream cone, evergreen tree, coat hanger Circle: face, ball, balloon, clock Square: gift box, window, book, picture frame © McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing © School Specialty Publishing 30 1-57029-487-9 101 Colors and Shapes Activities Math 35 SHOE SORT Materials No materials needed.
What happens? Extension: Tape-record children’s reactions during this activity. Later, play back the tape for the children. Can they remember what they were doing at the time? © McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing © School Specialty Publishing 39 1-57029-487-9 101 Colors and Shapes Activities Science 48 RAINBOW PUDDING Materials Vanilla instant pudding mix Milk Mixing bowls Spoons Clear plastic cups Spoons Food coloring Activity Make a big batch of vanilla pudding mix and divide it evenly into five smaller bowls.