Lessons for Colors

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  • Camp Add 'Em Up - … to use the colored pencil that corresponds with the color word. Color all ten cubes then move to the next color and so on … to use the colored pencil that corresponds with the color word. Color all ten cubes then move to the next color and so on … to use the colored pencil that corresponds with the color word. Color all ten cubes then move to the next color and so on … to use the colored pencil that corresponds with the color word. Color all ten cubes then move to the next color and so on …
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  • Bar Graph Exploration - … ? (compare two colors) How many students chose ____ and ____ ? (add two colors) Which color did most students choose? Which color was chosen the … same process for each color, until all puzzle pieces have been colored. Use the following amounts for each color: 3 green, 4 blue … color out of those four colors. (Raise your hand if red is your favorite color, raise your hand if blue is your favorite color
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  • Watercolor Paints - … Vocabulary: Primary colors: The hues in the color spectrum that cannot be created by mixing other colors (red, blue, yellow). Secondary colors: The hues … to determine their current knowledge of vocabulary: Primary colors, secondary colors, warm colors, and cool colors. Test form is included in Resources. Remediation: Have … , introduce the terms and concepts. 3 introduce color, color wheel, mixing colors, warm and cool colors 4 use of a ruler, geometric shapes 5 …
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  • Counting Colorful Cockatoos - … name of the color on the coloring page. locating the correct color needed to color the image. identifying where to place a colored cockatoo on … small colored pieces for each color. Each pair will be given one colors graph. Colors graph Each pair works together to sort the colors and … name of the color on the coloring page. locating the correct color needed to color the image. identifying where to place a colored cockatoo on …
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  • What Color are the Leaves? - … Plan ID:23946 Title: What Color are the Leaves? Title: Title: What Color are the Leaves? What Color are the Leaves?Overview/Annotation: Where do the brilliant colors of fall come from … . Others will prompt you to download.Attachments:color of leaves rubric.doc StudentScienceJournal.doc color of leaves rubric.docStudentScienceJournal.docAssessment Strategies: Students …
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  • It's Elemental: 3-D Models of the Modern Periodic Table Elements - … box), Construction Paper (and other colorful paper), Scissors, Markers/Colored Pencils, Decorative items (aluminum foil, pipe cleaners, colored pom-poms, beads, etc), Item … box), Construction Paper (and other colorful paper), Scissors, Markers/Colored Pencils, Decorative items (aluminum foil, pipe cleaners, colored pom-poms, beads, etc), Item … box), Construction Paper (and other colorful paper), Scissors, Markers/Colored Pencils, Decorative items (aluminum foil, pipe cleaners, colored pom-poms, beads, etc), Item …
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  • Watercolor Paints - … Vocabulary: Primary colors: The hues in the color spectrum that cannot be created by mixing other colors (red, blue, yellow). Secondary colors: The hues … to determine their current knowledge of vocabulary: Primary colors, secondary colors, warm colors, and cool colors. Test form is included in Resources. Remediation: Have … , introduce the terms and concepts. 3 introduce color, color wheel, mixing colors, warm and cool colors 4 use of a ruler, geometric shapes 5 …
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  • "B" letter ideas - … print on a B shape. Add blue food coloring to the bubbles for color. * Barbie Computer Program *We played on the computer … milk cap. Youill need to save caps in several colors. With markers, color the clown and each balloon to match your collection … milk cap. Youill need to save caps in several colors. With markers, color the clown and each balloon to match your collection … , dampen or spritz with water and squirt food coloring onto filter. After colors have run and blended open filter to dry. While …
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  • Why Roots, Stems, and Leaves are Important - … the celery higher to see where the color stops. If the students do not see color in the ends, have them cut … the celery higher to see where the color stops. If the students do not see color in the ends, have them cut … the celery higher to see where the color stops. If the students do not see color in the ends, have them cut … the celery higher to see where the color stops. If the students do not see color in the ends, have them cut …
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  • Yummy Apples! - … the following graphs: My Favorite Apple (tasting) Our Apple Colors (graph the colors of apples based on the apples they brought from … the following graphs: My Favorite Apple (tasting) Our Apple Colors (graph the colors of apples based on the apples they brought from … following graphs:Apples My Favorite Apple (tasting) Our Apple Colors (graph the colors of apples based on the apples they brought from …
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