for Chameleon Day
students will act out feelings.
- Different colors of
- A wide open space
- Similar to the Social
Studies Lesson, discuss how colors can represent
- Brainstorm together as a
class at least 5 different feelings and a color to
match each feeling.
- Have the students spread
out in an open area.
- Hide the pieces of paper
behind your back. As a piece is held up, have
the students act out that feeling.
- As a variation on the the
above game, play a game of charades in which a student
acts out a feeling and the other students have to
guess the feeling by holding up a colored piece of
paper that matches the feeling.
- Go outside and have the
students get into small groups. Give each group
a small collection of items. Have the groups
find places in their surroundings which would best
camouflage those items. For example, a group may
choose to place a brown item in an area of mulch and a
yellow pencil on a yellow piece of playground