COLORS OF LIFE

ACTIVITY NAME: Colors of Life

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:  Colors Flash Cards, 1-3 objects/items for each of the colors in the Colors Flash Cards set, colored construction paper, hat or bag

ACTIVITY TIME: 20-30 minutes

 

PREP:

Before class begins, place the colored objects in various places throughout the room. The more objects you have, the longer the game play will be. You will also want to cut strips of colored paper (colors that match the flash cards) and place them in a hat or bag.

ACTIVITY INSTRUCTIONS:

Explain to the children that you are going to play a matching game. Have each child take turns picking one strip of paper out of the bag. When a child picks a color, have them find an object in the room that is that color and bring it to you. Then have them come back and read (or listen as you read) the statements on the corresponding color flash card. (If they cannot read have them repeat after you.) As an alternative, you can make this an “I spy” activity and simply have the children point out the colorful objects rather than physically bringing it to you.

Colors Flash Cards: Colors Flash Cards are a great tool for teaching colors while speaking truth into a child’s life at the same time! Cards can be printed and laminated for hands-on use or viewed on a digital device.

 

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