5-7 years old
Play and learn the colours with Gina Ginger!
Download the document and print it out, preferably on white card.
First, colour Gina's hair in the following colours: orange, green, yellow, pink and red (leave one playing card white for Gina with white hair). You can also colour the objects that will be compared with the hair colours.
Next, cut out the playing cards. Place them face down on the table and start playing Memory, while saying, “Gina’s hair is + colour + like + object”, “I’ve got a pair!”, “I haven’t got a pair!”
You're sure to find all the pairs!
Six playing cards with Gina's face, each one with her hair in a different colour: pink, green, yellow, orange, red and white (you don't need to colour the white one. It is the Gina playing card with her hair left white).
Six playing cards with objects that will be compared with the colours.
Coloured pencils, felt-tip pens, crayons or finger paints.
To learn structures and vocabulary related to colours and different objects from the story. For example, “Gina’s hair is + colour + like + object”, “I’ve got a pair!”, “I haven’t got a pair!”
Vocabulary for colours: pink, green, yellow, orange, red and white.
Vocabulary for objects: candyfloss, grass, nest, pumpkin, fire and wool.