Toddler Colors Lesson Plan Template

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www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids tures:Target Vocab:40 mins - 1 hourSaying colors."What color is it?”red, yellow, pink, green, purple, orange, blue, rainbow, apples, sun,flowers, grass, grapes, carrots, skyYou will need to download: Colors of the Rainbow worksheet Cup Cake Color! worksheet Wall Circle sheet The Rainbow Song song poster Warm Up & Wrap Up lesson sheetReaders:What Color am I?Songs:The Rainbow SongThese can be downloaded at tmlPrintables:You will also need: colored crayons / pencilsCD / Tape player or something to play the song oncolored paper (e.g. origami paper) for all the color vocab (enough for each student tohave a set of colors)Notes:This is a nice, easy fun lesson - parts of it can be reused in later lessons as your studentscontinue to learn the color words.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:ColorsPage 1 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersLesson Overview:Warm Up and Maintenance:1. See our "Warm Up & Wrap Up" lesson sheet.New Learning and Practice:1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.Teach the colors vocabPlay "Color Stand Up and Jump"Play "Touch the Colors on Posters"Do "Color the Circles" activityPlay "Point at the Colored Circles"Sing "The Rainbow Song"Read classroom reader "What Color Am I?"Do a colors worksheetWrap Up:1. Set Homework: "Cup Cake Color!" worksheet2. See our "Warm Up & Wrap Up" lesson sheet.Lesson Procedure:Warm Up and Maintenance:See our "Warm Up & Wrap Up" lesson sheet.New Learning and Practice:1. Teach the colors vocabDepending on the age / level of your students you may want to teach a just few words perclass, building up to the full 7 color words over a series of lessons. For older students youmay also want to teach the objects in the song (apples, sun, flowers, grass, grapes, carrots,rainbow, sky). Prepare colored paper (origami paper is great for this) – enough colors foreach student in your class (so, 1 red per student, 1 yellow per student, etc.).ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:ColorsPage 2 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersHold up the first colored paper and elicit the color (e.g. red).Chorus and practice saying the color. Then pass the coloredpaper around the class so each student can hold and say thecolor. Do this for the rest of the colors.2. Play "Color Stand Up and Jump"Give out all of the colored papers, 1 color per student. Tellyour students to sit down. Say a color (e.g. "red") and thestudents holding that color have to quickly stand up, jump andthen sit down. Start off slowly and get faster and faster.3. Play "Touch the Colors on Posters"If your classroom has lots of colorful posters on the walls,this is a great activity to do. Demonstrate by shouting out acolor (e.g. "Red"). Run to a poster and touch anywhere thathas a red color. Do the same for another color (e.g. "Blue").Each time run to a new poster. Now have the students dothe activity – shout out a color and have them all runaround the classroom touching the colors on posters.4. Do "Color the Circles" activityBefore class, prepare 7 large sheets of white paper (or if you areteaching less colors that day, enough sheets of paper for thecolors you are teaching). On each sheet draw a large circle whichfills up the sheet (or download and print our wall circle sheet).Then stick the sheets on the walls of the classroom, at a heightyour students can reach. At this point of your lesson, take outyour colored pencils/crayons and demonstrate the activity. Walkaround the class and color a small part of each circle with onecolor (always say the color as you are coloring). So there will be one circle with some redcolor in it, one with yellow, and so on. Next, tell your students to take out their coloredpencils/crayons. Have them walk around the classroom, coloring in a bit of each circle withthe same colors you used. Make sure they say the color as they do each coloring.5. Play "Point at the Colored Circles"Have all of your students sit down. Call out a color anddemonstrate by pointing at the colored circle on the wall. Do all ofthe colors in the order of the song, with the students pointing atthe different colored circles.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:ColorsPage 3 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers6. Sing "The Rainbow Song"The first time you play the song, put up the Rainbow Songsong poster on the board. Quickly elicit the colors. Playthe song and sing along, touching the colors as you sing.You can even invite a student to come up to the board andtouch the colors with you. Next, give out all 7 colors (e.g.colored paper, pencils, etc.) to each student. Get eachstudent to lay out the colors in front of him/her, in theorder of the song. As you pay the song again, have allstudents touch each color and sing along.Lyrics for "The Rainbow Song"Gestures for "The Rainbow Song"Verse 1:Red and yellow and pink and green,Purple and orange and blue.I can sing a rainbow,Sing a rainbow,Sing a rainbow too.There are a number of activities you can do as you singalong to the song:Verse 2:Red apples and yellow sun,Pink flowers in the green grass.Purple grapes and orange carrots,A rainbow high in the blue sky. Verse3:Red and yellow and pink and green,Purple and orange and blue.I can sing a rainbow,Sing a rainbow,Sing a rainbow too.Simply pat your knees or clap in time with the musicas you sing the song.Give each student a print out of the Rainbow Songsong poster. As they sing along they touch eachcolor or picture.Give out the 7 colors to students (colored paper,origami paper, colored blocks, colored pencils –anything will do) and have students touch the colorsin time with the song.Put colored paper up around the walls of theclassroom. Have all of your students point to eachcolor as it is sung.7. Read classroom reader "What Color Am I?"This classroom readers ties in perfectly with the Rainbow Song. Before class, download andprint off the reader "What Color Am I?" from our website. As you go through each page,point to the pictures and let your students shout out what color it should be:Teacher: What is this? (pointing at the black and white apple on page 1)Students: It's an apple!Teacher: Yes, that's right! (reading from the story) "I am an apple. What color am I?"Students: Red!ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:ColorsPage 4 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersTeacher: Let's check . (turning the page) . Right! Good job! (reading from the story) . "Iam red". Can you point to something red in the classroom?Students: (pointing to red things in the classroom)Teacher: Yes, that's right! Red (books) and a red (T-shirt) . (goes through all the red thingsstudents are point at).Get the students really involved in the story by asking lots of questions (e.g. eliciting theobjects and their colors) and getting everyone to point to colors in the classroom.8. Do "Colors of the Rainbow" worksheetTo finish off this section of the lesson, give out the worksheets.As your students are doing the worksheets, ask questions (e.g."What color is that?", etc.).Wrap Up:1. Assign Homework: "Cup Cake Color!"2. Wrap up the lesson with some ideas from our "Warm Up & Wrap Up" lesson sheet. All flashcards, worksheets, craft sheets, readers and songs used in thislesson plan can be downloaded at eslkidstuff.com/esl-kids-lessonplans.html More free Lesson Plans are available at eslkidstuff.com/esl-kids-lessonplans.htmlESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:ColorsPage 5 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersCan you suggest any additions to this lesson plan? If you know of any great games, activities,teaching points, links to other sites or any other ideas that can be added to this lesson plan,please email us: http://www.eslkidstuff.com/contact.htmPlease report any mistakes at http://www.eslkidstuff.com/contact.htmThis lesson plan was produced by ESL KidStuff (http://www.eslkidstuff.com) and is coveredby copyright.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:ColorsPage 6 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

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