In the Sensorial area of the classroom color boxes can be found. They are a part of the visual exercises of the sensorial materials. These include three boxes with lids containing color tablets. The first box contains a pair of the primary colors. The second box contains a pair of primary colors, secondary colors, and also the colors pink, brown, black, gray, and white.
The third box contains 63 tablets with seven shades of nine colors. The boxes are presented in order form the first to the third. The color tablets help a child to develop visual perception and discrimination of colors.
Other skills such as concentration, fine motor, and pincer grip control are also developed. A child will match the color tablets with the first two boxes and as they progress to the third, they will then grade the colors from darkest to the lightest shade of a particular color.
Extensions can be used with the color tablets as well such as grading colors in the shape of a sun. These are a beautiful materials and much enjoyed by the children.
These lessons are found in:
(C) Weeks 6-10$25.00