There are so many opportunities to provide color activities in preschool. In fact, when I take a look around my classroom, I realize that we have color exploration happening in many areas! While we do focus on a certain color each month, we are constantly exposing the children to a variety of colors every single day. Let me show you how!
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Exploring colors in all areas of the preschool classroom:
In the sensory table:
At the art table:
Rainbows from bubble wrap on rolling pins.
At the fine motor table:
Putting pom poms down the matching chute. We painted paper tubes and taped them to a piece of acrylic.
Individual Tray Work:
Threading the pony beads to their matching pipe cleaners.
We end each day with small groups. Each group has 4 children and we work on many skills, including colors.
We love using our colorful parachute in the gym.
Color books for preschoolers: