- Refer children to the picture and elicit the items they know (cat, duck, rabbit, tortoise). Ask children to take out their coloured pencils and put them on their desks. They are going to need red, blue, green, yellow and pink. Play the cassette/CD up to the first pause. Draw children’s attention to the example. Pick up a green colouring pencil and pretend to colour in the tortoise. Play the rest of the listening. Children listen and colour. (There is a natural pause on the cassette/CD during which children colour in the items.) Provide more time if necessary by pausing the cassette/CD. Check children’s answers (a yellow duck, cat’s nose – pink, children draw in two big ears).
Man: Can you see the tortoise?
Boy: Yes, I can.
Man: Colour the tortoise green.
Boy: A green tortoise. OK.
Man: Can you see the duck?
Boy: Yes. I can see the duck.
Man: Colour the duck yellow.
Boy: A yellow duck. Right.
Man: Now look at the cat.
Boy: The cat? Oh, yes. I can see the cat.
Man: The cat has got a pink nose.
Boy: A pink nose! That’s funny!
Man: Now look at the rabbit.
Boy: The rabbit?
Man: Yes. The rabbit hasn’t got ears. Can you draw two big ears?
Boy: Oh, yes. Two big ears for the rabbit.
- Ask children questions about the colour of the items.
Teacher: What colour is the tortoise?
Child: Green. etc
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