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  1. Shapes and Colors Developed by Kristen Hutcheson START

  2. Click “Learn” to begin the learning program Learn! Links for Teachers Includes: Instructions ObjectivesStandards And more! Cumulative Quiz Click “Quiz” to begin the cumulative quiz covering both shapes and colors

  3. Back to Main Page Instructions Links for Teachers: Objectives Standards Follow Up/ Evaluation Additional Take-Home Worksheets

  4. Have each computer on Main Page prior to class and click the LEARN button. Have Students complete the activity/video and practice following. Each activity is set up to complete in 3 different sessions After the first two activities (Shapes and Colors) are complete, have students take the Cumulative Quiz. (link is on the Main Page) After students complete and pass the Cumulative Quiz, print their final certificate and display somewhere in the classroom. Objectives Instructions Back to Links for Teachers

  5. Standards Objectives After completing the “Shapes” Activity, students will recognize and identify five basic shapes: square, rectangle, circle, triangle, and octagon. After completing the “Colors” Activity, students will recognize and identify ten basic colors: red, yellow, blue, green, purple, orange, pink, black, white, and brown. After completing the program, “Shapes and Colors,” in two sessions, students will pass the comprehensive “Cumulative Test” and recognize and identify the combinations of shapes and colors. Back to Links for Teachers

  6. K.1.3: Identify simple images and subject matter in works of art. K.7.2: Begin to recognize and use elements (such as line, shape, texture, and color) and principles (such as repetition) in artwork. 1.7.1: Identify and apply elements (line, shape, texture, and color and principles (repetition and variety) in artwork. Evaluation Standards Covered Back to Links for Teachers

  7. Worksheets Evaluation After completing this activity, continue to quiz students, formally and informally, about their knowledge of shapes and colors. Do a project based on shapes and colors to give a more concrete foundation on what they just learned. Based on student’s knowledge before and after the activities are complete, decide how effective the program is and if you will continue to use it. Back to Links for Teachers

  8. Have students take home worksheets to help them review what they just learned. Some possible worksheets can be found at: www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/shapes.shtml Abcteach.com/directory/theme_units/color_theme_unit/ Additional Take-Home Worksheets Back to Links for Teachers

  9. SHAPES COLORS

  10. Click on the Shapes above to begin the video! Test Your Knowledge Back to Main Page

  11. Practice: Question 1 Click on the Square below! Back to Shapes

  12. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Shape! Next Question

  13. Sorry, that was not the right shape! Squares: - Have four equal sides - Examples can be seen in: *Boxes *Windows and Houses *Key on a keyboard - A square looks like: Back to the Question

  14. Practice: Question 2 Click on the Triangle below! Back to Shapes

  15. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Shape! Next Question

  16. Sorry, that was not the right shape! Triangles: - Have three sides - Examples can be seen in: *Pyramids *Roofs *Yield Signs - A triangle looks like: Back to the Question

  17. Practice: Question 3 Click on the Octagon below! Back to Shapes

  18. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Shape! Next Question

  19. Sorry, that was not the right shape! Octagons: - Have eight sides - Examples can be seen in: *Stop Signs - An octagon looks like: Back to the Question

  20. Practice: Question 4 Click on the Circle below! Back to Shapes

  21. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Shape! Next Question

  22. Sorry, that was not the right shape! Circles: - Have no sides or corners - Examples can be seen in: *Sun and moon *Clocks *Trash Cans - A circle looks like: Back to the Question

  23. Practice: Question 5 Click on the Rectangle below! Back to Shapes

  24. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Shape and have completed the shape identification practice! Back to Main Page

  25. Sorry, that was not the right shape! Rectangles: - Have four sides (two equal pairs) - Examples can be seen in: *Paper *Doors *Tables and Desks - A rectangle looks like: Back to the Question

  26. Click on the Colors above to begin the video! Test Your Knowledge Back to Main Page

  27. Practice: Question 1 Which Square is Green? Back to Colors

  28. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  29. Sorry, that was not the right color! Green: -We see green in: *Grass *Leaves *Trees *Limes -Green looks like: Back to the Question

  30. Practice: Question 2 Which Square is Black? Back to Colors

  31. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  32. Sorry, that was not the right color! Black: -We see black in: *Cats *Bats *Night Sky -Black looks like: Back to the Question

  33. Practice: Question 3 Which Square is Orange? Back to Colors

  34. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  35. Sorry, that was not the right color! Orange: -We see orange in: *Pumpkins *Fall Leaves *Oranges *Grapefruit -Orange looks like: Back to the Question

  36. Practice: Question 4 Which Square is Red? Back to Colors

  37. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  38. Sorry, that was not the right color! Red: -We see red in: *Stop Signs *Barns *Apples *Police Lights -Red looks like: Back to the Question

  39. Practice: Question 5 Which Square is Brown? Back to Colors

  40. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  41. Sorry, that was not the right color! Brown: -We see brown in: *Dirt *Bears *Tree trunks -Brown looks like: Back to the Question

  42. Practice: Question 6 Which Square is Blue? Back to Colors

  43. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  44. Sorry, that was not the right color! Blue: -We see blue in: *Sky *Water *Police Lights *Jeans -Blue looks like: Back to the Question

  45. Practice: Question 7 Which Square is Pink? Back to Colors

  46. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  47. Sorry, that was not the right color! Pink: -We see pink in: *Lemonade *Watermelons *Flamingos -Pink looks like: Back to the Question

  48. Practice: Question 8 Which Square is Yellow? Back to Colors

  49. Congratulations! A+ You found the right Color! Next Question

  50. Sorry, that was not the right color! Yellow: -We see yellow in: *Sunshine *Lemons *Flowers -Yellow looks like: Back to the Question