Mixing Colors is a lesson plan that gives students a chance to explore the exciting process of combining primary colors to make secondary colors! This lesson is hands-on and filled with learning opportunities for students.
Let’s eat! In this food-themed lesson, students will explore categorizing foods such as fruits and vegetables. This lesson can easily be integrated into a unit on food and can be extended to include other types of food.
Young students need to organize and sort information in order to help their brains form connections. In this lesson, students will practice sorting in a way that will keep planet Earth clean for years to come!
Where do they fit? In this lesson, students will discover how shapes, numbers, and letters can be grouped into categories. With adaptable content, students can also be challenged to consider attributes such as size and color!
In this lesson, students will practice sorting objects by playing matching games. They'll have a great time with these activities, which are designed to improve color recognition and fine motor skills.
Looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner is as American as the apple pie students may sort in this lesson! From red cranberry sauce to orange sweet potatoes, your child will have a blast sorting and categorizing foods.
Hop to the circles! This lesson helps your students experience circles in a fun and informal way using crafts, songs, and games. Your students will also develop perceptual, fine, and gross motor skills at the same time.