These super cute FREE Learning Colors Coloring Pages are such a fun way for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids to practice color recognition.
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Free Coloring Pages
I love easy, NO PREP activities! Activities with free printable coloring sheets make my job as a busy mom so much easier! These learning colors worksheets are just that.
Simply print whichever color worksheets for pre k you are learning. Included in this download are 11 different colors for kids to practice: black. white, gray, red, blue, purple, pink, yellow, orange, brown, and green. Each sheet has a small splash of color in the middle for kids to use as they work on color recognition. The color word is also listed so they will start to recognize colors words.
Next, toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids will look for the correct color and color the common items that color. This is not only great for learning colors, but also for strengthening fine motor skills so your child is ready to begin writing.
I suggest you talk through the coloring worksheet with them and help them identify all the objects so they know what they are – this is great for building vocabulary. You can further enrich this activity by having a running dialogue not only stating that they are coloring a tiger, but a ferocious tiger. Tell them the tiger lives in the jungle and is good at hiding and surprising other animals. Tigers are very strong and can run very fast. You can help them add to the narrative by asking them if they remember seeing a tiger at the zoo. What was it doing? Who do they think would run faster a tiger or them? a tiger or an elephant.
You can introduce colors one at a time, once a week, or give them to children to complete on their own as homework, seat work, extra practice, rainy days learning, or summer learning to complete on a road trip (you’ll only need one color per worksheet!)
You can grab these super cute, FREE Learning Colors Coloring Pages from our new site Preschool Play and Learn.