Updated: Oct 27
What is it
Colouring sheets with items to colour and/or find
Using appropriate vocabulary to name the item(s) found in the garden
Learning to scan and identify the required item(s) and colour
Increasing fine motor skills with crayons or colour pencils
How to use
Support your child in reading each sentence
Use the picture or underlined word to identify the item(s) to search for in each page
Encourage your child to look for the item(s) and colour the picture
Guide your child in colouring the picture according to the sample image provided
To encourage your child to scan and identify the correct item(s), they can point to it first or ask them to tell you what colour the item is
You can prompt your child if needed, by telling them how many more items there are to be found
If your child is able to read on their own, you can cover the picture prompt (in colour)
Embed more learning opportunities
Have your child to find the item around the house/ grocery store/ garden/ local nursery and colour the picture in the same colours
Replace the underlined words with the names of the other items found on the page and get your child to colour the respective items.
Counting the number of items on each page
Receptive language - Point to the plant
Expressive language - What is this?
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