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  • Writer's pictureErica Hamilton

Guide to the color levels

This curriculum includes three levels of information and activities so that parents and educators can provide appropriate educational resources for all learners:

  • Yellow - experiential activities with some basic concepts explained with simple text and speech, visual images, songs and sign language

  • Green - conceptual information explained with text and speech, visual images and songs and sign language

  • Blue - advanced conceptual information explained with text and speech, visual images and, at times, songs.

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