Below are some of the activities that we will be doing at school for you to try at home.
Discuss which colour the monster becomes when he is happy, sad, afraid, loved, quiet and angry.
Can you draw different faces to show somebody that is happy, angry or quiet?
Think what the colour monster might be saying on different pages of the story.
Can you draw a colour monster? Mrs Draycott drew a blue one. What colour would you like to draw?
Use paint to change colours into new colours? What happens when you mix blue and yellow?
How does music make you feel? listen to different songs - do they make you happy or sad?
Can you collect some objects from your house or garden and sort and count them according to colour?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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