Colour and shape are two very noticeable attributes of the world around us. When you look out your window, you may not be saying it … but your mind is noticing and identifying the green trees, brown rectangle buildings, square windows, and blue sky. These very recognizable characteristics encourage children to define and organize the diverse world around them.
Children of PP1 played games called “Shape walk” and “Jump on to the shape”. They were asked to follow the instruction given by the teacher based on shape and colour to play the game. For Ex: When teacher says jump on to green rectangle, they have to identify both shape and colour before jumping. They were also asked to walk on the edges of various shapes for better understanding of the same. Children enjoyed doing this activity.