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Draw and Write Together: Our Green Poem

Write a class poem about the color green.

Draw and Write Together: Pages of Blue

Have children identify blue items from magazines and assemble a group book. 

Draw and Write Together: “Peter Piper Paints” #1

Help children find word cards that begin with the letter "p" to complete a group poem.

Draw and Write Together: Poems and Pictures

Discuss how an author uses words in a poem to “paint” pictures in our minds.

Draw and Write Together: “Ryan Reads”

Help children create a new version of the "Ryan Reads" poem by inserting new "r" words.

Draw and Write Together: The Colors Of Us

Write a group poem about different tones of skin color.

Draw and Write Together: What Is Orange?

Write a poem with children about the color orange.

Draw and Write Together: Yellow Means . . .

Discuss the color yellow and why it is used in road signs, traffic lights, and street signs.  

Explore Together (indoors): Color in Light

Assist children as they create a rainbow using a bottle of water and light.

Explore Together (indoors): Colored Lenses

Have children explore looking at objects indoors through colored transparent materials.

Explore Together (indoors): Colors By Hand

Have children explore mixing colors and shades of color with finger paints. 

Explore Together (indoors): Food Coloring Mix

Have children explore mixing two different colors of water.

Explore Together (indoors): Indoor Color

Help children make different shades of the color blue.

Explore Together (indoors): Many Shades of Paint

Have children explore mixing paints to make different shades of color.

Explore Together (indoors): Mixing Paint Colors

Have children explore mixing two colors of paint to create new colors.

Explore Together (indoors): More Shades and Colors

Go for an indoor color walk and have children find and touch objects of various colors.

Explore Together (indoors): More Shades of Paint

Have children mix paints to create darker and lighter shades of yellow.

Explore Together (indoors): Shades of Red

Have children make shades of the color red using food coloring and water.

Explore Together (indoors): Skin Colors

Have children explore and discuss different colors of crayons and paints that resemble different colors of skin.

Explore Together (indoors): Sorting Colors

Have children work together to sort crayons into different color groups.

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