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Colors Mini Book Printable

Do you have young kids learning about colors? This super cute, free Colors Mini Book Printable is easy to put together and a fun way for toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and grade 1 students to learn their colors, color names, practice reading with a color emergent reader, and more!

Do you have young kids learning about colors? This super cute, free Colors Mini Book Printable is easy to put together and a fun way for toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and grade 1 students to learn their colors, color names, practice reading with a color emergent reader, and more! 

Colors Mini Book Printable

Learning about colors can be lots of fun! From reading books, making art projects, picking clothes, and looking at the world around them they will learn all the basic colors.  We love playful ways to make learning fun. This colors mini book printable is a quick and easy way to teach colors to toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1students. Colors Mini Book

Colors Mini Book

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the pages.

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Learning Colors Printables

Print the (free) printable pages and follow the assembling instructions. You will find the above pictured pages, and assembling it is easy. Simply glue or stapler the top parts together. No specific order is required after the “cover” is in place.

Provide coloring utensils- pencils, crayons or markers, and your child is ready to make his/her own mini book about colors!

Read the color name together as well as the sentence below the picture. Discuss the picture and the color to expand vocabulary. For example: “What is this picture?”. “What color should we color it?”. “What other colors can leaves be?”. “What other things can you see around you that are green?”.

You can also let your child “personalize” the book by adding his/her own pictures to the opposite, blank side of the page. Great for creative learning!

Colors for Kids

Colors for Kids

After your child completed the pictures, use the book as a reading book. Spell the color names and read the sentences. Your child will learn to “read” it by her/himself because it is repetitive and (mostly) easy-to-read words.

TIP: Use the pages for your scavenger hunt- flip open pages at random and go find objects in the house with those colors. Work through the whole book. Fun!

What a fun, hands-on way to learn all about colors with this printable mini book about colors! Grab yours today!

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Nadia

Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at teach-me-mommy.com about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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