Re-excite the use of Color Tablets Boxes I, II, and III with these great variation and extension ideas. Concentration and coordination is strengthened, and the children take home something they made for mom! Challenge the older children with Color Box III.
Match objects and color squares. Fish for colored fish, make a book, color the fish and tell a story. Match color tablets and words. Color, cut and glue a bracelet or crown. Make your own color tablets (pairs or graded) to take home. Play games and more.
Kit includes brightly illustrated, detailed (loose-leaf) lesson plans, materials to create new shelf work, copy masters for children to make their own materials, color squares and objects for matching (designs may vary).
Allow 15 minutes for EASY preparation of teaching materials. Assembly instructions included.
Direct Aims: Reinforce color recognition. Indirect Aims: Strengthen small motor skills (cutting, gluing, coloring) and language skills.
Kit includes detailed lesson plans and materials for the extension lessons:
How to Use the Material Guides - Ideas and Suggestions
Object Matching by Color 11 Color tiles (foam) & objects
Color Tablets I & II Color Tablets I & II - More Extensions 3 pairs of tablets to color - copy master color labels for both lessons
Color Fish Book: 3 ways to make own fish books 14 fish printed on card stock 1 fishing pole 14 brads (allow 5 minutes for EASY preparation of fish; instructions included.)
The Story of the “Lost Fish” (language activity)
Color Bracelet bracelet - copy master
Color Crown crown - copy master
Color Tabs III Color Tabs III Challenges 9 tablets to color - copy master