Colors Printables

FREE Colors for Kids Worksheets

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Written by Beth Gorden

These super cute FREE printable worksheets are a great way for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids to practice learning colors with these Colors for Kids Worksheets.

FREE Colors for Kids Worksheets - these free printable worksheets are great for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids learning colors #learningcolors #colorsforkids #preschool

 

Learning Colors Worksheets

These super cute colors for kids worksheets are a great way for kids to practice color recognition! These are NO PREP and perfect for teaching common colors to early learners. Plus they are great for strengthening fine motor skills.

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Free Kids Worksheets

These free preschool worksheets are a great way for kids learning colors to practice. There are 11 black and white worksheets to pick from including:

  • black – arrow, bat, camera, eight ball, hat, dress, ant, crayon, tire, cat
  • white – bunny, button, bear, snowflake, milk, crayon, swan, igloo, ambulance
  • gray – clouds, hen, koala, elephant, spider, crayon, robot, mouse, whale
  • red – apple, chili pepper, crayon, cardinal, rose, starwberry, tomato, firetruck, ladybug, crab
  • blue – butterfly, sky, cup, bird, pants, blueberries, handicapped sign, ribbon, crayon
  • purple – dress, lamp, crayon, grapes, butterfly, cabbage, flower, lolipop, mask, eggplant, plum
  • pink – cupcake, crayon, pig, flower, ballet slippers, lips, lipstick, donut, flamingo
  • yellow – ball, bee, taxi cab, banana, sunflower, lemon, pepper, bus, crayon
  • orange – fish, oranges, gloves, purse, pumpkin, carrots, cone, ball, crayon
  • brown – acorn, pants, squirrel, football, bag, crayon, ice crema, monkey, chocoalte, bear
  • green – pear, balloon, dollar, clover, frog, crayon, grass, pea, cactus

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Color Worksheets

Each free worksheets for kids has a splash of color in the middle for kids to use as a starting point. They can then practice color recognition by finding a crayon, marker, or colored pencil of the same color to color their worksheet. Each page includes about nine different pictures that are typically that color. Finally you can hang these printable color chart for kindergarten and preschoolers as a reference for students

Learning Colors with free printable color worksheets; pictured color blue to and students use crayons, markers, colored pencils, and gel pens to color butterfly, sky, cup, bird, pants, blueberries, handicapped sign, ribbon, and crayon

Learning Colors

Not only will kids have fun practicing color recognition, but these color worksheets for preschool and kindergarten will strengthen fine motor skills too. This is such a fun activity for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids learning colors!

Students can use caryons, markers, colored pencils, gel pens, and another other writing utensil they lake to decorate their simple coloring pages. Plus these are good for learning new vocabulary words.

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Free Color Worksheets

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Preschool Play and Learn. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of 123Homeschool4Me.com and kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com where she shares more than 100,000 pages of FREE worksheets,& educational ideas for PreK-8th grade.

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  • I am very upset. I have tried 5 times to subscribe, and I used both of my email address and I still never got a message back when it says check your email.

    • I’m sure that is frustrating on your end! I just tried to trigger it to the email address you comented from. Hopefully that will help. Check your Spam folder – sometimes email can be fickle, but I know it is frustrating all the same.

  • When I print the pages some of the pictures have black rectangles around them blocking the words. Is there a way to correct this on my end? Is there a setting that I need to change or something that needs to be updated?

    • Very odd. Try downloading and saving the file to your computer before printing – perhaps it is an internet glitch?

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