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Title: Exploring Colors

Introduction: - Greet the children and introduce the topic of the lesson: colors. - Show a colorful picture or object to capture their attention and engage their interest. - Ask the children if they know any colors and encourage them to share their favorite colors.

Lesson Outline: 1. Warm-up Activity: Color Sorting (5 minutes) - Provide a set of colored objects (e.g., blocks, toys, or pictures) and ask the children to sort them by color. - Encourage them to name the colors as they sort.

  1. Introduction to Primary Colors (10 minutes)
    • Introduce the concept of primary colors (red, blue, and yellow) using visual aids or flashcards.
    • Show examples of objects or pictures representing each primary color.
    • Engage the children in a discussion about primary colors and their significance.
  2. Primary Color Mixing (15 minutes)
    • Demonstrate how primary colors can be mixed to create secondary colors.
    • Show a video resource that explains color mixing in a fun and interactive way (e.g., “Primary Colors Mixing Song” by Kids Learning Tube).
    • Provide each child with a worksheet depicting primary colors and ask them to mix the colors using crayons or paint.
  3. Exploring Secondary Colors (10 minutes)
    • Introduce secondary colors (orange, green, and purple) and explain that they are created by mixing primary colors.
    • Show examples of objects or pictures representing each secondary color.
    • Engage the children in a discussion about secondary colors and their combinations.
  4. Color Recognition Game (10 minutes)
    • Play a color recognition game using flashcards or colored objects.
    • Hold up a flashcard or object and ask the children to name the color.
    • Encourage active participation and provide positive reinforcement.

Questioning: - What are some primary colors? - Can you name a secondary color? - What happens when we mix red and blue?

Assessment: - Observe the children’s participation and engagement throughout the lesson. - Assess their ability to recognize and name colors during the color recognition game. - Evaluate their understanding of primary and secondary colors through their completion of the worksheet.

Differentiation: - Provide additional support to children who may struggle with color recognition by offering more practice opportunities. - For children who are more advanced, encourage them to mix primary colors to create tertiary colors (e.g., red + yellow = orange).

Plenary: - Recap the lesson by reviewing the primary and secondary colors. - Ask the children to share one thing they learned about colors today. - Provide positive feedback and praise their efforts.

Video Resources: 1. “Primary Colors Mixing Song” by Kids Learning Tube: Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b6rUdOaDmY

Worksheet Resources: 1. Primary Colors Mixing Worksheet: Link: https://www.education.com/download/worksheet/174827/primary-colors-mixing.pdf

  1. Color Recognition Flashcards: Link: https://www.twinkl.com/resource/t-t-10000153-colour-flashcards