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Have children recreate something they observed in nature and make a group mural of all the pictures.
Have children sort pictures of animals by their colors and talk about how some animals blend into their environment.
Children build a large "C" with blocks by following a template taped to the floor.
Invite children to build the letter “Pp” with blocks.
Have children work in pairs to build a structure of colored blocks.
Have children make a collage of colored transparent materials and observe how light shines through the colors.
Help children break up colors using a simple form of chromatography to show what colors were combined to make another color.
Colors are everywhere. Play simple games to help your child recognize the colors she sees around her every day.
Divide children into two teams and have each team look for items of a specific color.
Have children listen to and guess the color of an object based on clues.
Have children copy patterns of colored beads, and then create their own patterns.
Have children continue to explore making new colors with colored plastic wrap and finger paints.
Play a color matching game with your child as you explore colors and shades and tints of colors together.
As your child gets dressed in the morning, talk about the colors in his clothes and let him choose a color to wear.
Cut out a large lowercase letter “c” for children to decorate together.
Distribute a large yellow uppercase and lowercase letter "Yy” to each child to decorate.
Create simple color-mixing charts to represent what happens when colors are mixed.
Write a class poem incorporating children’s observations of different colors.
Encourage children to share what they know about colors and record their discoveries on a chart.
Have children go on a hunt looking for specific colors around the room.