Teaching Children, Colors My World With Love
The easy reaader, My Penguin Color booklet is terrific for your penguin theme and a fun way to review colors and color words.
Students read the simple sentences, trace, write and color the color words. They can also color the penguin and the featured object.
There's plenty of room for students to draw the featured noun in the sentence, or write that word as well.
To nail even more standards, have student circle the beginning word capital letter, as well as the ending punctuation.
When everyone has completed their booklet, read it aloud as a whole group, so you can cover concepts of print.
While doing so, remind them that there are spaces between words and that they are reading from left to right and top down.
I've also included a cute certificate of praise.
Click on the link to view/download My Penguin Color booklet.
In keeping with the color theme, I also wrote My Winter Colors booklet, which helps review Common Core State Standards: RF.K1a, RF.k1c, RF.K3c
It follows the same format as the penguin booklet does. The sentences feature winter things that are a specific color, such as white snowflakes.
The last page offers a writing prompt. Students write what their favorite winter color is and then name something that color and draw a picture of it.
Both of these booklets make nice activities for your winter Daily 5 work.
Click on the link to view/download My Winter Color booklet.
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