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Name Activities for the beginning of the school year

Pre-K/Kindergarten Name Activities for the beginning of th

from No Time For Flash Cards

Color Sorting Sensory Tub

Halloween Sensory Activity with color sorting

from No Time For Flash Cards

15 Fun Writing Activities For Kids

Great list of writing activities for kids.

from Still Playing School

Chameleon Color Changing Activity for A Color of His Own

Chameleon Color Changing Activity for A Color of His Own from Still Playing School

from Inner Child Fun

5 Books About Colors

Books About Colors- 5 great books on color! Since I spend alllll of my time reading children's books, I am going to give these a whirl! Library.... AWAY!

from Growing Book by Book

Storytime Ideas: The Deep Blue Sea

Books about colors are perfect for learning about colors and color mixing. Recommended by

from Buggy and Buddy

Mixing Colors: Create and Name Your Own Colors

Color Mixing FREE Printable inspired by Herve Tullet's Mix It Up! ~ Explore color theory and make and name your own colors! ~

from Fantastic Fun & Learning

Leo Lionni's Pezzettino Book Activity

Pezzettino Book Activity- read the book then create a "little piece" from colored squares. Make them all one color like Pezzettino or all different colors like the other images in the book. Dictate the children's stories about their creations.

from Hands On As We Grow

A Week of Activities (plus!) Yarn Color Wheel

A yarn color wheel

{free} Mouse Paint Tot/Preschool Pack! Includes activities to reinforce colors, color mixing, numbers, shapes, sizes, pre-writting skills, and more!

The kiddos love this story extension activity from this charming little book by Leo Lionni! Also, a great way to experience color mixing hands on!

from Time 4 Kindergarten

Earth Day

Math Coloring activity for Earth Day! Teach your kids to love the Earth (and all the delicious foods that it naturally produces) #Earthday

We read the book several times then the students chose one rule they thought was especially important to them and they typed their rule during Computer Lab time. Then each student created a picture of David and they turned out AMAZING!