Name 3 materials you see around you?
"The student must be able to:
- identify the object, and material and give a description
- must be able to identify shapes and colors"
Objects are made from different materials such as wood, metal, plastic, and more! Objects come in all different shapes like squares, circles, stars, and more! Objects can be different colors like blue, red, yellow, and more!
Exploring Objects, Materials, Shapes and Colors
Objects: objects are things that have a physical shape and can be touched and seen. Examples of objects are chairs, books, and pencils. Materials: materials are substances that things are made of. Examples of materials are wood, metal, and plastic. Shapes and Colors: shapes are the way things look, and colors are the way things appear when light is reflected off of them. Examples of shapes are circles, squares, and triangles. Examples of colors are red, blue, and yellow.
Most objects, materials, shapes and colors can be classified as either warm or cool. Warm colors typically include red, orange, and yellow, while cool colors typically include blue, green, and purple. The color of an object is determined by the light it reflects or absorbs, and not by the material it’s made of. The most common shapes found in nature are squares, circles, triangles, and spirals.
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Work together in pairs: Q: Name three common objects around you and describe what material it is made of, its shape, and the color.
Work together in pairs: Q: Name one way that shapes and colors can be used to create an object.
Brain break: Draw a dragon with butterfly wings eating ice cream on top of a cake
What is the shape of a stop sign?
Which material is soft and fluffy?
What color is the sky on a sunny day?
Which object can be used to write or draw on paper?
What color do you get by mixing red and yellow?