Colors - Primary to Secondary
WORTH IT: This was a really fun activity to do with the kids. I put them in groups of three and each kid/group did a different color (results were orange, green, and purple). I didn't have long paper so we used regular sized card stock. It worked with their little hands. Color activities- paint both hands different colors, then rub together to make new handprints!
Counting Bear Number Strips and Color Matching Activity
This counting bears activity goes perfectly with the book Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See? While playing children will learn numbers and colors. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers and would be a great addition to a math center!
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Literacy & Math Activities for Bill Martin Jrs Book from KinderPrep on TeachersNotebook.com
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Literacy & Math Activities for Bill Martin Jrs Book from KinderPrep on TeachersNotebook.com - (44 pages) - This package offers follow up literacy and math activities for Bill Martin Jr's book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear,What Do You See? Includes a craft, fold-able books, graphing and sequencing activities.