Children participate in various building activities that teach colors. Sessions will encourage children to identify as well as to build objects of these specific colors that are found around us. Children will be asked to share their ideas and creations with one another during theses sessions. Building activities will include objects/animals found in a variety of settings, habitats and communities. These sessions help children to make connections and associations between the various building activities. French and Spanish color sessions are also offered.
Benefits of the color program sessions include, but are not limited to, color recognition, identifying the colors of commonly found items, objects and animals. Public speaking, independent thinking and peer collaboration. Children also learn to share ideas and to accept new ideas into one’s one creation/thinking. Fine motor skills are enhanced through object-manipulation.