Monday, July 13, 2015

Learning Colors - Part 1

A couple of weeks ago I started making posters for my classroom. (I work with three and four-year-olds with disabilities.) Today I made the first of two posters to help my students learn colors. After I laminate this poster and get it hung up in my room, I'll work with my students to write the words for each color and we'll work on mastering color identification. I decided a flower garden would be a perfect representation of all of the colors. I'm excited to create its companion poster soon!

I sketched the flowers.

I began painting them.

I used five colors...five more to go!

I added stems, leaves, and grass.
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  1. Aw, your students are so lucky to have you, Kali! Bet their parents love you, too. Love the flower garden!

    1. I love putting my personal touch on my classroom. I especially love the large projects I do with my students. We do a lot of wonderful murals. I didn't blog last year, but I intend to blog again this coming school year. Here's the link if you're curious: And thank you!