Numbers in Colours Number Work Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 3

Subject: Colors and Numbers Exploration

Class: Kindergarten

Term: First Term

Week: 3

Age: 4-5 years

Topic: Numbers in Colors

Sub-topic: Singing, Identifying, and Matching Colors

Duration: 45 minutes

Behavioural Objectives:

  • Sing songs and poems about colors.
  • Recognize primary colors (blue, red, yellow).
  • Use primary colors to sort objects.
  • Match colors with objects in the classroom.

Key Words: Colors, singing, poems, primary colors, sorting, matching

Set Induction: Let’s start by singing fun songs and reciting poems about colors!

Entry Behaviour: Can you tell me what colors you know?

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Crayons
  • Drawing book
  • Color wheel
  • Objects of different colors

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge: We’ll use what we know about colors to learn about numbers today.

Embedded Core Skills: Communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity

Learning Materials:

  • Objects with natural colors (apples, tomatoes, bananas)
  • Colorful crayons and drawing book

Instructional Materials:

  • Whiteboard
  • Marker
  • Colorful objects

Content: Today, we’ll learn about colors and numbers. We’ll sing songs and recite poems about colors. Then, we’ll identify primary colors like blue, red, and yellow. Next, we’ll use these colors to sort and match objects in our classroom.

Objective Questions:

  1. Which is a primary color?
    • a) Blue
    • b) Green
    • c) Purple
    • d) Yellow
  2. What color is an apple?
    • a) Blue
    • b) Red
    • c) Yellow
    • d) Green
  3. What color is the sky?
    • a) Red
    • b) Blue
    • c) Yellow
    • d) Green
  4. Which color is associated with tomatoes?
    • a) Red
    • b) Blue
    • c) Yellow
    • d) Green
  5. What do we use to draw with colors?
    • a) Pencil
    • b) Eraser
    • c) Crayon
    • d) Marker
  6. Name a fruit that is yellow.
    • a) Tomato
    • b) Banana
    • c) Apple
    • d) Orange
  7. What color is a fire truck?
    • a) Yellow
    • b) Blue
    • c) Red
    • d) Green
  8. What color is grass?
    • a) Blue
    • b) Red
    • c) Yellow
    • d) Green
  9. What color is the sun?
    • a) Blue
    • b) Red
    • c) Yellow
    • d) Green
  10. Which color is not a primary color?
    • a) Blue
    • b) Red
    • c) Green
    • d) Yellow

Class Activity Discussion:

  1. Q: What are primary colors? A: Primary colors are blue, red, and yellow. We can make other colors by mixing these together.
  2. Q: What can we use colors for? A: We can use colors to draw pictures, paint, and decorate things.
  3. Q: Can you name something that is blue? A: Sure! The sky is blue, and so is the ocean.


  • Step 1: Let’s sing songs and poems about colors.
  • Step 2: Now, let’s find objects in our classroom that match the colors we sang about.
  • Step 3: We’ll use crayons to draw and color pictures of these objects.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Leading songs and poems.
  • Helping students identify colors.
  • Guiding students in sorting and matching objects.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Singing and reciting.
  • Looking for objects in the classroom.
  • Drawing and coloring with crayons.


  1. What are primary colors?
  2. Name a color that is a mix of blue and yellow.
  3. What color is a fire truck?
  4. What color are tomatoes?
  5. What color is grass?
  6. How do we match colors with objects?
  7. What is one way we can use crayons to learn about colors?
  8. Name a fruit that is red.
  9. What color are apples?
  10. Can you recite a poem about colors?

Conclusion: Great job exploring colors and numbers with me today! Let’s keep practicing and learning together.


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