Play Together: “Paint Splat” #1 (PEEP game)

  • color
  • mix
  • paint

MA Standards:

Writing/W.PK.6: Recognize that digital tools (e.g., computers, cell phones, cameras, and other devices) are used for communication and, with support and guidance, use them to convey messages in pictures and/or words

Head Start Outcomes:

Science Knowledge/Scientific Skills and Method: Observes and discusses common properties, differences, and comparisons among objects.

PreK Learning Guidelines:

Mathematics/Patterns and Relations 7: Explore and describe a wide variety of concrete objects by their attributes.

Play Together: “Paint Splat” #1 (PEEP game)

STEM Key Concepts: There are many different colors; Two or more colors can be combined to make a new color

ELA Focus Skills: Determining Cause-and-Effect, Eye-Hand Coordination, Interactive Viewing, Speaking and Listening, Vocabulary

Introduce the interactive game PEEP and the Big Wide World “Paint Splat.” Tell children they will help Quack mix two paint colors together to make a new color.

  • Point to the color Chirp is holding up. Ask, What two colors do you think will make the color Chirp is holding up?
  • Prompt children to click on a paint tube. Then after the paint squirts on the fence, have them click on another paint tube.  
  • Once children have matched the color, demonstrate for them how to click on the hose to wash the paint off and get a new color card.
  • Have children say the color names as they choose their paints.

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