Gorgeous space and invitation to explore color
beautiful provocation (Play At Home Mom LLC: The beginning and end of color)
Sorting buttons from Rachel (",)
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How many shades of green can you find? - from Kids in the Garden
This blog is amazing. It is full of activities you can easily do yourself with items you probably already have on hand! Can't wait to start trying some of these activities.
Color exploration - inspired by Reggio Emilia...love this!
Rainbow ombré paint palette for my rainbow mixing provocation table - ALL from loose parts and recycled materials Rainbow ombré paint palette for my rainbow mixing provocation table - ALL from loose parts and recycled materials for LCCC Teacher Education 2014 High School Workshop Presentation
fantasifantasten.no - sorting beautiful loose parts by color ≈≈
I saw this in my colleague’s classroom. I love how simple it is! Easy peasy. This is a great activity to have in a basket like the photo below or you could set it up like a Montessori tray. What you will need: paint samples (2 of each color you use) clothespins tacky glue One …
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Color Theory for Kids
Teach toddlers their colors with this amazing collection of over 40 activities! - Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
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Color sorting activity for toddlers using sticky contact and cellophane #toddlers #activity #sorting #color #sticky #contact #cellophane
Outside with Kids: 15 Ways to Play with Nature | Apartment Therapy
Teaching colors by practicing fine motor skills...the chopsticks may be complicated for most kids...
Teaching toddlers their colors using the color wheel. #efl #education (repinned by Super Simple Songs)
Colorful Pom Pom Tube drop activity. Great for color matching and fine motor development. They could even use tweezers to pick up and place the pom poms for more fine motor exercise.
Easy and fun activities and ways for teaching colors, homemade color wheel, DIY activities, open ended, Reggio, Montessori www.naturalbeachliving.com
Create a color laboratory in your classroom! So easy to set up, using common objects from the house and kitchen. Keeps everyone learning for ages!
Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds: Creating a Preschool Color Wheel - Hands-On Learning!