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The Color Blue

  • Supply Blue craft supplies to create their own projects.
  • Paint with Blue paint and brushes.
  • Shape names or letter (B) using Blue glue, ribbon, buttons, etc.
  • For less developed Learners, give them Blue glue sticks to smear on a piece of paper.
Blue Collage
  • Cut Blue colored items from a magazine.
  • Glue them to a piece of Blue construction paper.
  • Learners can also use Blue markers, crayons, stickers, etc.
Blue Placemat
  • Glue Blue colored craft items to a piece of paper.
  • Use glitter, ribbon, stickers, color-coding labels, tissue paper, wrapping paper, wallpaper, etc.
  • Learners can glue items in the shape of their names, the letter (B), or at random.
  • Laminate the paper to use as a placemat.
Ocean in a Bottle
  • Learners will need a clear plastic bottle with the paper removed. Gatorade bottles work well.
  • Fill the bottle with water and add Blue food coloring to dye the water Blue.
  • Add a small amount of vegetable or salad oil to the water.
  • Seal the lid tightly with hot glue, liquid cement, or Super Glue.
  • Pretend the ocean is in the bottle and watch the waves roll and then calm.
  • Use these bottles in a game during Action Zone.
  • Have Learners do some fingerprinting with Blue ink pads.
  • They can create scenes from their prints by giving them legs, arms, wheels, etc.
  • They can spell their name with their fingerprints or shape the letter (B).
Book of Blues
  • Fold several pieces of Blue construction paper in half to make a booklet.
  • Learners fill the pages with things that are Blue.
  • Glue items such as stickers, sequins, cutouts, foam, tissue, ribbon, etc. to the pages.
  • Use Blue markers and pens to create in the booklet.
  • Punch holes along the fold and thread with Blue ribbon. Write “Blue” on the front cover.

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