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Colour Spelling Worksheet Free

English may be a very interesting language, but it sure is frustrating when you are 6! We have been looking at spelling colours. Even the word COLOUR- isn’t intuitive is it? I’ve made up a little sheet for spelling the common colour words, yes some are easy e.g. RED. Included is a complete the sentence “My favourite colour is_______” WHAT COLOUR STARS Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Songs to for Learning Colours

Today we sang some songs to re-enforce colour recognition. Using the YouTube video also shows the child the colours as they sing the song. The use of song with young children activates another part of the brain, to help them learn new concepts. This is why nursery rhymes are so important when laying the foundation for reading. Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Preschool Autumn Colour Activity

We have been looking at colours in preschool-homeschool, and since it is autumn I made up this little activity. I cut out tree shapes in red, green, and orange paper. The tree shapes were glued to a piece of white paper. From the scraps of coloured paper I cut leaf shapes and mixed them together. The idea is the child glues the right coloured leaf to the correct tree Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...

Colour Recognition Activity

I made up this simple nursery/toddler activity to help with simple colour recognition. I painted four paper bowls: red, green, blue and yellow. Then I printed off a sheet of coloured circles. The idea is you put the right colour circle in the matching bowl. Here is a free printable of the coloured circles for this activity. coloured circles This was one of the first “school” activities I gave the Knight Boy, and it made him feel 6-foot tall! Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterEmailLike this:Like...
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