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I See Something Pink

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Language Focus Other songs about: colors

Colors (pink, orange, brown, green). "I see something..."

I See Something Pink Lyrics and Actions

♫ Pink! [Hold up a pink flashcard.]
I see something pink. [Hold your hand above your eyes as if you are searching for something.]
Pink!
I see something pink.
Pink, pink, pink, pink...
I see something pink.
Find something pink! [Look around the room for pink items.]

Orange! [Hold up an orange flashcard.]
I see something orange. [Hold your hand above your eyes as if you are searching for something.]
Orange!
I see something orange.
Orange, orange...
I see something orange.
Find something orange! [Look around the room for orange items.]

Brown! [Hold up a brown flashcard.]
I see something brown. [Hold your hand above your eyes as if you are searching for something.]
Brown!
I see something brown.
Brown, brown, brown, brown...
I see something brown.
Find something brown! [Look around the room for brown items.]

Green! [Hold up a green flashcard.]
I see something green. [Hold your hand above your eyes as if you are searching for something.]
Green!
I see something green.
Green, green, green, green...
I see something green.
Find something green! [Look around the room for green items.]

Pink. [Point to something pink.]
Orange. [Point to something orange.]
Brown. [Point to something brown.]
Green. [Point to something green.]
I see colors everywhere. ♫

Classroom Benefits

"I See Something Pink" is a follow-up to "I See Something Blue." It's another great song for introducing and reviewing colors, and for exploring the classroom. When you sing the song, you can identify all the different colored objects around the room. Also, learning the expression "I see something..." allows you to play "I spy" games with the children.

Activity Ideas

Pause the music between each verse to allow the children time to explore the room and search for colors. 1

Instead of having children run around the room looking for colors, have them try to locate colors in a picture book, a collection of toys, or something else you can place on the ground or table in front of them. 2

Give each student a set of small colored objects, such as pom poms, marbles, buttons, etc. (be sure to supervise young children carefully!). Play "I See Something Pink" and have students pick out the different colors. 3

After singing the song a few times, play the "I See Something..." game. Have the children gather around you. Look around the room and then say, "I see something blue/red/yellow," etc. The students then try to guess which object you "see." They can point at the objects, or name them if they know the word. This is a great game for introducing new vocabulary. For example, if a student points to a blue pencil, the teacher can say, "The blue pencil? No, not the pencil. " After each guess, the teacher can introduce the word for the item the student is pointing to. After playing this game a couple of times, encourage the students to identify the objects by name, and then let the students take the lead and say, "I see something..." 4

Teaching Tip: make teaching materials for other vocabulary topics in the eight colors mentioned in "I See Something Pink" and "I See Something Blue." Then sing these songs as a follow up activity to your main language topic. 5

See our Pinterest board on Teaching Shapes and Colors for more ideas. 6

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