The post for today deals with the wonders of a rainbow and a quick list of activities that you can use to reinforce math skills as well as color identification.So, print the printables and have some rainbow fun.
This printable is great for teaching color concepts, ordering of sizes, and non-standard measurement (How many red strips long is the table?)
Suggestion: Print the color sticks on card stock. If you decide to use these to teach fact families, cut off the white end of each stick.
This printable is great for teaching addition basic facts, comparisons, and matching.Suggestion: Print the color sticks on card stock. If you decide to use these to teach fact families, cut off the white end of each stick to more easily align each stick.
Create your own rainbow with pipe cleaners or wax-coated yarn to demonstrate differences in diameter.
If you are looking for a fun story that teaches colors, positional words, and the concept of teamwork to the kiddos, check out the link below to my latest story for children ages 3 through 6.
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Most importantly, have some RAINBOW FUN.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!