This is a sample of activities you could do for
a Sun Unit Study with young children.
You may change the activities as you please. It is just
to show you what could be done with a group of preschoolers.
Devotion, the children request for us to pray
for their parents, loved ones or other.
Children say their pledges.
Our colors for the day are yellow and orange.
Let the children bring items from home representing
those colors. Or let them wear the colors of the day.
Make a sun head band.
Use construction paper. Cut large circle for each child.
Cut several strips of construction paper for the rays.
Use stickers for eyes or free draw.
Let the children decorate their sun (circle).
Let them decorate the rays, if they desire so.
Let them tape the rays around the face of the sun.
Cut large strips for the head band.
Attach the sun to the head band.
Use any of the books listed in the "Book Resources"
or find more books at the library. The children enjoy
"reading" colorful books to each other.
"Book Resources" is on the previous page!
Eggs, corn, carrots, "yellow" rice, "orange" milk
"Orange" milk, toast w/apricot jam, tangerine slices.
Cheese crackers and orange juice.
Play games about colors of the day. Use blocks, beads,
or any item that represent the colors of the day!
Have fun with the children.
"Color Scavenger Hunt"
Hide yellow & orange items. Direct the children to
help them find the items.
"Find the Baby"
We dressed a baby doll with the colors of the day.
We hid the baby and gave clues of the whereabouts of the baby.
Children learned to follow directions and to be discriminate
about the information they were given.
Green Light - Red Light game. Have the children line up and
start to move about. According to colors
given, they must act upon them.
Identifying colors. Make up a game based on Twister
that is at the level of the children in your group.
Say: "All those with yellow on, go on the yellow dot..."
Change the game around and make up different
challenges for this fun game.
Weather permitting, have some outdoor fun with the children.
True Light Academy.