Toddler Lesson Plans: Learning Colors
What is a Toddler Lesson Plan?
- 10 week guide with 5 activities per week
- All activities are chosen with the goal of being fun so your child wants to learn
- Each activity will take 5-15 minutes, but can be played longer if your child wants to keep playing
- Provides a materials list and directions for each activity
- Saves you from searching the internet for worthwhile activities
- Saves you the time of putting together a structure for teaching colors
Physical & Kindle available from Amazon
This book is designed to help toddlers learn their colors. It provides a materials list for each activity and step by step instructions to help make it easy for parents. It also provides activity printable/cut-out pages at the back of the book.
The real value of this book is that it will save you time. These lesson plans will give you the activities and a structured plan so you can spend more time with your little one and less time on the computer searching for activity ideas. The book is available as a physical copy available through amazon or a digital copy that will be sent to you after purchase.
As a former elementary teacher, I started planning out how I was going to teach my son colors once he was about 20 months old. I set out to make a lesson plan where we would learn about one color each week and have five activities each week. Each activity only takes about ten minutes, since we all know a toddler has a short attention span. After about a week of activities together, my son began to ask me when it was "actibity" time. It made me so happy that he was enjoying learning!
When my husband saw that I had made a structured lesson plan for teaching our toddler, he encouraged me to make it available to others as many busy moms could benefit from my preparation. I hope you find this book helpful, easy to use, and most importantly helps your toddler learn their colors! Materials for the activities are not included, but that is because a majority of these items are household items that you probably already have in your home.
Below I have a picture of an interior page from the red week to give you an idea of how the activities are structured. I also tried to take a 'perfect' picture of my kids holding the book, and it didn't go as planned! I know we have all been there, so I decided to share all the pictures. Thanks!