Where do you see colour? (Experts (Florist , Local Artist , Interior…
Where do you see colour?
Early NumeracyPatterns and Relations - use patterns to describe the world and to solve problems
Sort a set of objects based on a single attribute, and explains the sorting rule Shape and Space- use direct and indirect measurement to solve problems.
- demonstrates an understanding of repeating patterns (two or three elements) by:
patterns using manipulatives, sounds and actions
- uses direct comparison to compare two objects based on a single attribute, such as length(height), mass (weight) and volume (capacity)
Early Literacy General Outcome 2
The child listens, speaks, reads ,writes, views, and represents to comprehend and respond personally and critically to oral, print and other media texs.
General Outcome 3
- Uses comprehension strategies
- Uses phonics and structural analysis
- Elaborates on the expression of ideas
Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to manage ideas and information.
- Determine information needs to ask questions to satisfy personal curiosity
- Plans to gather information
Science Program of Studies - Grade 1
1-5 Identify and evaluate methods for creating colour and for applying colours to different materials.
Specific Learner Expectations
Identify colours in a variety of natural and manufactured objects.
Predict and describe changes in colour that result from the mixing of primary colours and from mixing a primary colour with white or with black.
Create a colour that matches a given sample, by mixing the appropriate amounts of two primary colours.
Grade 1 Art Outcomes
Component 6 - QUALITIES AND DETAILS: Students will represent surface qualities of objects and forms.
Primary colours can be mixed to produce new hues.
Component 10 (i) - PURPOSE 1: Students will record or document activities, people and discoveries.
Knowledge gained from study or experimentation can be recorded visually.
Citizenship and Identity General Learner Expectation K.2- I Belong
The child demonstrates an understanding and appreciation of the characteristics and interests that unite members of communities and groups
- Develops skills of critical thinking and creating
- appreciates how their participation in his or her communities affects their sense of belonging
- Values how personal stories express what it means to belong
- Applies the research process
- Demonstrates the skills of decision making and problem solving
Environment and Community AwarenessGeneral Outcome 1
General Outcome 2
- The child uses materials in the environment and community and becomes aware of how others use materials
- The child explores familiar places and things in the environment and community
Lesson 4 - Season Mural
Students will collaborate to create a portion of a mural reflecting their birthday season.
- Seasons changing in the community
- Community Walk