|Book Cover of White Rabbit's Color Book|
The night before I read the book to my class, I made this sheet where the kids have to color the final rabbit in each row to show what the rabbit looked like after dunking himself in paint each time.
I also have this new color series of books that I made and posted on TPT: Interactive Color Guided Reading Books. I've been using them in the class and they've really helped my students learn their color words as well as their sight words.
As I was thinking about this post, I remembered that I had made a color mixing guided reading book, once upon a time. So this morning, I searched and - sure enough - I found it.
It's so funny to me that I have so much stuff I actually have to start cataloging what I've already made so that I don't make it again! Do any of you have to do that?
Since we're all going crazy with Common Core right now, I thought I would also put in the language arts standard that I think relates best to this topic:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.K.3: With prompting and support, describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
Does anyone know if cause and effect is anywhere in the kindergarten reading Common Core standards? It seems to me that that's actually what color mixing would be, but I couldn't find it. Maybe it's in the first grade standards?
Please let me know if any of these freebies are helpful.