Children practice naming colors as they pass a pumpkin full of crayons.
Skill: Color Recognition
Large plastic pumpkin
One crayon per student — use a variety of colors
- In a large plastic pumpkin, place one crayon per child. Use a variety of colors.
- Children sit in a circle and pass the pumpkin while music plays.
- When the music stops, the child holding the pumpkin chooses a crayon and names the color.
- Continue until all have had a turn.
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