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Games & Outdoors : Colors > All Colors

Lollipops  added 8-13-01 Original Author Unknown

Directions to make lollipops... Cut three inch circles from construction paper (red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and purple.) Make three of each color.  Glue craft sticks to each colored circle to make a lollipop.  Have the children sit in a circle.  One child is "it" and skips around the circle holding the lollipops in a coffee can while the other children chant.       

Sung to: "Skip To My Lou"
     
Lollipops, lollipops, yum, yum, yum.       
Lollipops, lollipops, yum, yum, yum.       
Lollipops, lollipops, yum, yum, yum.       
Please come over and give me some.       

It stops in front of a child who closes their eyes and picks out a lollipop. If the child guesses the correct color then they may take a turn being "it."


Colored Hoops added 2-18-02 Submitted by: Anonymous

Place different color hoops around the room. Play music. Once the music stops ask the children to stand in a red hoop etc. This will encourage color recognition. You can call two colors and ask the children to count how many is in each hoop. This will also help with number recognition.


 

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