COLORS AND SHAPES BY: ALYSSA EWERS
Texas Essentials Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) (4) Listening/speaking/communication. The student communicates clearly by putting thoughts and feelings into spoken words. The student is expected to: (A) learn the vocabulary of school such as numbers, shapes, colors, directions, and categories (K-1)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION WHERE ARE SHAPES AND COLORS USED IN EVERYDAY LIFE?
UNIT QUESTIONS • WHAT ARE PRIME COLORS? • WHAT ARE SOME COMMON SHAPES?
BLUE/ SQUARE • BLUE IS A PRIMARY COLOR. • A SQUARE HAS FOUR SIDES OF THE SAME LENGTH.
YELLOW/CIRCLE • YELLOW IS A PRIMARY COLOR. • A CIRCLE IS ROUND, IT IS CONTINOUS WITH NO BEGINNING OR END.
RED/TRIANGLE • RED IS A PRIMARY COLOR. • A TRIANGLE HAS THREE SIDES THAT MEET AT THREE POINTS.
COLORS • ALL OTHER COLORS ARE MADE BY MIXING BLUE, YELLOW, AND RED. • GREEN--- BLUE AND YELLOW • PURPLE--- RED AND BLUE • ORANGE--- YELLOW AND RED
References / Credits • http://www.tea.state.tx.us/teks/grade/First_Grade.pdf.