Purplelicious Purple…

Yesterday (Wednesday) was purple day!  We learned more about mixing colors and that red and blue make purple.  We made purple hearts during arts and crafts time  We read “White Rabbit’s Color Book” by Alan Barker. This was an adorable book about a white rabbit who jumps into different colored bowls of paint and turns himself different colors.  We also used the color paddles to show how different colors can mix together to make a new color and looked at our sensory bottles that have different colors that mix together too.  And,  also read the book “Alphabet Rescue” by Audrey Wood which reviewed the alphabet.

I Love Purple

(to the tune Three Blind Mice)

I love purple, I love purple,

Yes I do, yes I do.

I love purple plums that grow on trees,

I love purple violets, so fancy.

I love purple butterflies that fly by me.

I love purple!

Alphabet Rescue by Audrey Wood

color mixing with preschoolers

Mixing red and blue paint to make purple...we made a beautiful shade of eggplant purple and sprinkled purple glitter on the hearts too!

color theme for preschoolers

White Rabbit's Color Book by Alan Barker

color theme for preschoolers

Red rabbit jumping into blue paint...hmmm, what color will he make?

color theme for preschoolers

He turned purple! And the color paddles to show how they mix.

color theme for preschoolers

The color paddles

color theme for preschoolers

Our sensory, color mixing bottles

color theme for preschoolers

Mixing red and blue

preschool alphabet

Alphabet Rescue by Audrey Wood

flower post divider

 

2 Responses to “Purplelicious Purple…”

  1. cara says:

    where did you get your color mxing bottles. I have been looking for them forever.

    Thank you
    Cara

    • admin says:

      Hi, these have been in our class for several years. I think they may ha come from Lakeshore Learning. But I have seen them in the gift shop of our local science center. Or you may want to try Amazon as well.

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