“The Color Game” – Learn Colors, Teach Colours, Kids English Learning, ESL, EFL, Kindergarten Lesson

“The Orange is Orange? That’s Ridiculous!” Actually, for Teaching English to Complete Beginners – It’s Very Effective. Since 2006 “The Color Game” has taught millions of Non-English Speaking Kids, Toddlers and Autistic Children how to Communicate in English.

This is our New HD-Widescreen Version of our hit Busy Beavers Level 1 English Series Lesson Video. Give this video a try in your English Classroom, Daycare, Kindergarten or at home.

There are 20 Simple Objects in this video, 2 objects for each of these 10 colors – Red, Green, Yellow, Orange, Blue, Black, White, Brown, Pink & Purple.

Any Experienced Teacher will be able to think of countless fun ways to use this video to get students engaged and speaking.

For Example: Try pausing the video after every question and have your students tell you what color the object will be before they see the correct answer. You can make a game out of it. The student who answers correctly, and in a perfect sentence, can choose the next player – or make up your own rules.

How about having two students come up to the front of the class and take turns asking and answering the questions? This could also be a game where the student with the least mistakes is the winner.

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    Holly Holder September 10, 2014 at 3:41 am | | Reply

    You should show the item in its final color and then elicit the color, not
    say what color it is and then turn the item that color. The child has no
    opportunity to guess the correct color.

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