This resource is aimed at junior/middle class pupils or SEN pupils. It is based on learning and visual discrimination of colours, combined with a general knowledge of colours associated with individual items.
Cut up the sheets into 24 separate cards and laminate each of the cards individually. If the pupil is able, they should read the question on the left of each card, asking what colour is associated with a particular object. The pupil should then attach a peg to the correct colour on the right side of each card from the three options given.
This activity is especially suitable for pupils who may not be able to write answers but know their colours and can associate colours with particular objects. It is also good for fine motor skills in the manipulation of the pegs onto the cards.
It could also be used for a group in Station Teaching in junior classrooms, where there is a set of these cards and pegs for each pupil.
We frequently gave activities such as this for homework to our SEN pupils. It gave them the sense that they had homework like everyone else and it also allowed the parents to see what language topic we were currently working on.