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  1. 1. Learning task: children to choose their clothes, food and toys.Colors Spinner Student learning outcomes:Description: Creative activity:Colors are very important for children.The child will move the hand of the Differences between colors.clock and the hand will stop on onecolor. The child will choose a circle Prerequisite concepts, skills, &that has the same color of the circle values:third which the hand is located .For * understand how to use the hand of theexample, if the clock hand is pointing the red third of the clock, the childshould find a red circle and match it *matching: being able to match betweenwith the red circle in the laminated two objects that share a cretin feature.card. Learning theory &InstructionalAge group: Strategies:3- 5 years. • This activity is related to cognitive approach. Children have differentSubject area: experience such as seeing and listening.Science. • This activity is a self correctionSubject standards: activity.Exploration and experimentation. • This activity helps children select their own personal itemsSubject topic: according to the colors.Colors. Student CharacteristicsBackground information: Accommodated: • Accommodating linguistic and - Why we teach children the mathematical intelligence was colors? important in the design of this - The colors are very useful for activity as student enjoy moves the hand of the clock color and children to be able to match, naming the name of the color. compare, classify, and differentiate between different • This activity covers the whole items around them. It also, child development (physical, promotes their sense of art. For language, and emotional example, they use the green development). color to represent a tree. Knowledge of colors helps
  2. 2. Introduction of the Learning Use only two colors instead of three.Task: Extenuation: • Show the child the place of the *Add secondary colors (Orange, purple, activity in the shelf. and green) with primary colors. • Tell the child the name of the * use different shapes (square, rectangle activity. and triangle beside circle. • Ask the child to carry the activity Enrichment Activities: to the table. • Students could be introduced to • Ask the child to remove the items the concept of primary colors, on from the tray. the cards, under the circle. • Show the child how to move the hand of the color clock. Assessment Techniques: • According to the hand lactation, Informal assessment: ask the child to match between Observe the child during the activities two circles that have same color. time. • Ask the child to name the color of Formal assessment: the circle. Use the assessment sheet to evaluate the • The teacher moves the hand of child progress. the clock and asks the child to name the color of the third that the Evaluation Rubric: hand is pointing at. - Doesn’t match colors. • Remember to keep the sand timer for the child while doing the - Matches all colors recognizes activity. up to 75% colors (receptive vocabulary). Identifies up to • When he finishes, ask the child to return the activity back. 50% colors (expressive vocabulary).Checklist of Tray Items: - Matches and identifies - Tray (expressive vocabulary ) all colors. - Plastic bag. - Describe 2 or more variations - Circle colors in color names(light, dark, off - Laminated card. white colors); grades colors from lightest to darkest. - Color clock.Simplification Activity
  3. 3. • A paper that contains the different colors.Vocabulary:Red, Yellow and Blue.Comments, Hints, &Suggestions: • A plastic bag. • Use a glue stick to anchor the colors circles on a card before laminating the two sides. • Use sand timer to manage the time for children. • A small tray. • Use the same shape for all the colors.Key words:Circles, Colors Spinner, laminatedcards. • ScissorMaterials needed: • Colors Spinner. • Paper fasteners • Laminated cards with colors • A hole punch • Glue
  4. 4. My Experience with this activity: Children enjoy doing this activity andProcedure: they feel that they don’t need to know the correct options because the activity is a self correction. 1- Cut colors circles. Most children spend a lot of time with this activity so, the teacher should put 2- Glue them on the thick sand timer to remind the child for the cards. time. 3- Cut the Colors Spinner and Because most of children like this activity, I think the teacher could use it glue it on the thick cards. as reinforcement. 4- Cut the arrow and glue it on the thick cards. 5- Laminate all the circles, References : Colors Spinner and arrow. Child Care Center in Sultan Qaboos University. 6- Put the arrow on the middle of the color clock. 7- Use a whole punch to make a hole for putting paper fasteners. 8- Collect all the circles and put them on the tray. 9- Put the laminated card and color clock on the tray.
  5. 5. Done by : Zainab Al- HinaiExample of assessment sheetNo Name Grade class Color Comments1-2-3-4-5-6-