Monday, March 8, 2010

Jack's Book of Black

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I mentioned a couple of week's ago that Ms. Denise (Jack's itenerant teacher) put together a plan to teach Jack his colors so that we could distinguish whether he was color blind or just doesn't know his colors yet.

The first two week's focus color was black. Ms. Denise created this nifty book for Jack.
She brought it to school and had him help her finish the last page.

It was patterned on the Brown Bear What do you see? book series. She made it very tactile with black feathers and black forks and made it interactive by having Jack do the last page. Great work, Ms. Denise!

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5 comments:

jennifer said...

Ms. Denise sounds like a dedicated teacher. I like Jack's book of black!

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

This is SO CUTE!!! Love the play on words with "Brown Bear, Brown Bear". That's one of my daughter's favorite books!

~Elizabeth
Confessions From A Working Mom

Rachel said...

That is SUPER cool!!! I love it! I hope he loves it as much as I do. ;)

Childlife said...

What a great way to learn colors! (And a great keepsake for you too!) Can't wait for a peek at the rest of the series ;)

~Michelle @ 5MFSN

Mary said...

Cute! Have you guys seen the Black Book of Colours? When I saw the title I thought of it and I think Jack would like it. (My sister just received this book and it is awesome.)