Reflection: Lesson Planning Blue Day! - Section 4: Wrap-Up


As most teachers at the beginning of the school year, I feel it is necessary to re-visit students' prior knowledge. While colors are not necessarily Common Core, they allow me to assess children; as many of my students do not attend preschool. Reviewing colors and fine motor skills help me lead up to the Kindergarten Math Common Core standards, and slowly get my children acclimated to the school environment. The lesson also helps students with skills such as listening to a set of instructions and following them.

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Blue Day!

Unit 7: Colors All Around
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: Students will identify the color blue.

Big Idea: Students will float up, up, and away with the color blue!

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