This is my 4th installment in my Teaching Colors series and you will find that by the time December rolled around, I decided to stop taking photos of everything. It was not really by choice, but rather by necessity as our classroom got busier and busier!
Trying to take blog photos with 12 2-year-olds running around is like trying to paint the Mona Lisa with an army of fire ants crawling on your arms. 🙂
So the next several color posts will be more ’round-up’ style featuring all the many, many amazing bloggers out there and their awesome color ideas!
My little preschool class celebrates the color green during the month of December!
Here are some fun ways to do that…
Dye icing green and make yummy Christmas trees decorated with M&M ornaments (Craftaholics Anonymous).
Make some yummy smelling green Jello playdough (Pre-K Pages).
Play the Lily Pad Number Hop (Toddler Approved).
Glue green squares to a frog coloring page (Awesome Story Time).
Sing the Five Green Speckled Frogs Song with this cute free printable from Activity Village.
Use this cute color poem! Find it HERE.
Go on a Green Hunt (Happy Home Fairy).
Make a green collage out of green things (Creative Preschool Time).
Read Where is the Green Sheep and do this quick and easy craft (Kidz Activities).
Make Color Mixing Sensory Bags with blue and yellow paint (Growing a Jeweled Rose).
Paint with broccoli (No Time for Flashcards).
Giant Hallway Christmas Tree (Happy Home Fairy).
Easy Stained-Glass Christmas Tree Craft (Happy Home Fairy).
Frog Handprint Project (Happy Home Fairy).
(This is a part of our ongoing Brown Bear, Brown Bear handprint project – see it HERE.)
Check out my other color posts for RED, ORANGE, and BROWN.