What are some fun ways to teach colors?
- Talk about colors– Pointing out colors during play, conversation, in reading books, and going for walks…
- Color with painting– Incorporate all of the colors of the rainbow in multisensory activities from a young age.
- Teach colors with a ball pit– Use ball pit balls in a baby pool.
How do you teach games with colors? Give each student a different colored paper (or even 2 colors). Teacher calls a color and an action (e.g. “Blue – Jump!”). Other actions can be stand up, spin around, run on the spot, sit down, hop, wiggle, star jump, etc. Place different colors around the room.
How do you help kids learn their colors?
- Start simple.
- Use small, colorful objects for sorting.
- Distinguish contrasting colors.
- Color puzzles.
- Use the same objects.
- Label EVERYTHING with a color.
- Color with crayons and markers.
- In their natural environment.
What is the color game? At the core of the Color Game is a standard referential communication task. Players can either play as Sender or Receiver (Fig. 1). The game is played by blocks of 10 puzzles, at the end of which both Senders and Receivers can earn points and receive feedbacks on the success of their communication.