This game is a great way for children to explore colors through nature. This could be a great way to teach about natural vs man made objects and it is a fantastic introduction to presenting information in a visual way, while also exploring various colors.
Supplies Used: Glue, Foam Tape, Scissors, White & Black Cardstock and a Black Pen.
- Begin by die-cutting the largest of the circles from the Fraemlits using your Big Shot Machine. Cut a circle of each color of cardstock to represent the colours on a colour wheel.
- Use the same large size circle and the smallest size to cut two circles from white cardstock.
- Cut each circle into eigths by cutting it in half, then half the halves , then half the quarter pieces using scissors (save the spare pieces to make more colorwheels.
- Use the large white circle as a base to stick on your eigths on. If they don’t fit exactly, don’t worry as the messy middle can be covered by the small white circle.
- Once all your eighths are stuck onto your card base, simply adhere onto a blank sheet of A4 white card using Foam tape.
- Write your title and each color as shown in the image (helpful tip: you could draw straight parallel ruler lines in pencil as a guide for the children to use to write the title themselves).
The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.