Colours; This section contains basic exercises and games which will help pupils get to know some various pieces of clothing and they will also be able to translate them.
Pupils are given a picture of a clown which they can colour accordingly. It also includes an exercise where pupils can unscramble the letters of colours and write them down.
This little rhyme describes the colours of certain objects. Pupils should read through the rhyme and colour the objects accordingly.
For this exercise, pupils can write down the names of the colours in various boxes.
Pupils can colour a set balloons being held up by a clown accordingly.
Various shapes are depicted here which pupils should can count and then colour in.
On this work sheet pupils can describe a girl in short sentences using the colours and body parts given. (E.g.: She has got short hair.)
Pupils will get to know some basic information on colours in a playful way.
Here is some information on the colours of two peoples’ clothing. Pupils can read through the info and colour in the pictures accordingly.
Pupils can write down the colours of boxes or colour the boxes accordingly.
Pupils can ask each other questions about the colour of their clothing. They can then colour in the pictures on the sheet.