These 73-pages of Colors Worksheets for Kids contain a variety of math and literacy activities as well as many activities which help improve fine motor skills.
Also included in this pack are some fingerprint mats that can be used in the following multiple ways:
Add a drop of each color paint to a separate plate, then dab your finger into the paint and onto the white dot on the mat.
Add a drop of each color paint to a separate plate, then dab a q-tip into the paint and onto the white dot onto the mat.
Use a crayon or marker to color in the dots on the mat.
Laminate the mats and use a different color dry erase marker to color in the dots.
Alphabet Colors Worksheets for Kids
•Alphabet Cards – Cut out, laminate and use to match the lowercase and uppercase letters together. Can also be used to practice spelling beach-related words.
•Number Cards –Cut out and laminate and use to match the word to the number.
•Trace the Letters – Improve handwriting skills while learning to spell.
•3 Part Cards – Can be used to match the words to the picture or in games such as memory. These cards can also be used together with the alphabet cards. using the alphabet cards to spell out the words.
•I Spy – Count the objects.
•Beginning Letter Sounds – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
•Syllable Cards – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
Math Colors Worksheets for Kids
•Counting Puzzles – Cut out, laminate and use the numbers to place the puzzles back together.
•Count and Clip Cards – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
•Addition Cards – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
•Subtraction Cards – Cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pompomor candy onto the correct answer.
•Size Sequencing Cards – Cut out, laminate and place in order from largest to smallest or vice versa.
•Odd One Out – Circle the object that is different.
•What Comes Next? – Cut out and paste the answer in the correct spot.
•Finish the Patterns – Cut out and paste the answer in the correct spot.
More Colors Worksheets for Kids
•Coloring Activity – Color in the object using the color listed below.
•Do-A-Dot Letter Activity – Using a dot marker or bingo marker, dot out all of the correct letters.
•Dice / Graphing Activity – Cut out the dice and glue together. Roll the dice and graph each object the dice lands on.
•Creative Writing Pages –Write a story about the picture.
•Write the Numbers –Write the numbers from one to twelve.
•Free Color Matching Clip Cards –Look at the picture and clip the correct matching one.
•Printable Color Matching–Draw a line to match the correct colors.
•Fingerprint Mats for Color Mixing – Use a q-tipor your finger to dot the correct color into the white dots to complete the pictures.
•Puzzles for Colors – Cut out and match the 3 pieces of the puzzle
For all the cards and puzzles activities, I prefer to print them out on white card stock and laminate them for durability and repetitive use. They can be kept together in zip lock bags or with binder rings. After they have been cut out, laminate and use a peg or paperclip to clip or place a pom pom or candy onto the correct answer.
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Stacey is an Australian homeschooling mum who has homeschooled their two boys from the start, centering their journey around our marvelous Creator. They love spending time together, exploring new ideas and places. Her blog, Simple Living. Creative Learning, was started as a way to share their homeschooling journey and is now a fabulous resource for everyone, comprising of fun activities, crafts, homemaking ideas, yummy recipes and lots of free printables.