Colors Playdough Printables Worksheets

FREE Painting Colors Worksheets

Learn the basic preschool colors with these free printable worksheets
Written by Stacey

Kids who love painting will love these Painting Colors Worksheets. Simply print free worksheets to work on letter recognition and learning their colors.

FREE Painting Colors Worksheets - these are such cute preschool worksheets to help kids learning colors #learningcolors #preschool #preschoolworksheets

Color Activities for Kids

Print these color worksheets in black and white to help kids practice color recognition

Painting Colors Worksheets

These mats are easy to prepare, just download, print. If you want to use these pages with playdough, I would recommend laminating these Painting Colors pages or placing them in a page protector. They are so much fun for little ones to practice learning letter recognition as well as working on fine motor skills if they are coloring-in the paint splashes.

Learn the basic preschool colors with these free printable worksheets

Preschool Colors

While completing these pages, they will be learning ten different colors. Each color has a page for the uppercase and lowercase beginning letter, eg. B is for blue, p is for pink. The colors they will be practicing are: blue, red, green, yellow, brown, black, orange, purple, pink and grey/gray.

These worksheets for kids are great for learning colors with preschoolers and kindergartners.

Color Worksheets

Each paint splash on the art board contains a letter as well as the paintbrush in the child’s hand. After reading the instructions at the top of the page, children will enjoy coloring the paintbrush in the correct color before coloring in the correct paint splashes. Children can then color in the child if they wish.

 

Learning Colors

As mentioned previously, they can use playdough to recreate splashes or balls and place them on the letters instead of coloring. If they choose, they can also use counters, pom poms, bingo markers or jellybeans to cover the correct letters. Children will have a great time learning the letters of the alphabet while working on their hand and finger muscles by rolling the dough, coloring-in or placing markers down.

HINT: Try using our Amazing Kool Aid Playdough Recipe for an easy, wonderful smelling playdough with your spring shape playdough mats! Or, if you want to try a different recipe, create your own  super smooth playdough or relaxing playdough.

 

FREE Playdough Mats

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These shape flower playdough mats are sure to brighten up your day as well as help practice learning shapes.

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These simple preschool playdough mats are such a fun simple activity for preschoolers.

Kids will have fun exploring modes of transportation with these fun transportation playdough mats.

Learn colors for kids with these free printable color worksheets for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids.

Download Painting Colors Worksheets

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Stacey

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.

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