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I Spy Colors – Crayon Preschool Worksheets

Kids love I Spy Games! These activities are so much fun, they don’t even realize they are working on visual discrimination, color recognition and counting – an early math skill! I spy colors are super cute crayon preschool worksheets that make leaning fun for toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, and kindergarteners.

Kids love I Spy Games! These activities are so much fun, they don't even realize they are working on visual discrimination, color recognition and counting - an early math skill! I spy colors are super cute crayon preschool worksheets that make leaning fun for toddlers, preschoolers, pre k, and kindergarteners.

I Spy Colors

Build your preschooler’s confidence with our crayon color worksheet. When our kids are toddlers and preschooler we begin pointing out all the colors we see in the world and ask them to do the same. This simple back to school themed activity will build on that knowledge as well as practice counting. Identifying the colors may seem a bit easy to your preschooler, that is okay. This will allow them an activity that builds their confidence as they will feel success.

Your preschooler will be identifying colors and counting how many of each color crayons are on the crayon worksheet. After they finish counting, they will record the amount of each color on the printable.

Color Worksheets for preschoolers with a fun crayon theme; print in color or mostly black and white

Preschool Skills

You can use this free color preschool activity to practice a variety of early learning skills with your preschoolers.

  • Color Recognition – identify primary and secondary colors
  • Color Words – begin to read color words like sight words.
  • One-to-One Correspondence – Count objects and recognize that each object represents a value.
  • Pre-Writing- Use writing materials to form lines and to color

Count the number of crayons of a certain color and write the number you counted on the line in the box in this first day of school math activity for preschoolers

Colors Worksheet

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 in color or black and white.

Once you have printed the template, invite your preschooler to count the all the red crayons and write the corresponding number in the box. Repeat for the yellow and blue crayons and the sheet with orange, green, and, purple

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love these no prep, free preschool worksheets. To make the activity harder by using the back and white template. Color the crayons based on the color words written on the crayons. You can also use a highlighter to write the number on the line for your preschooler to trace

 

Colors Preschool Activity

Extended this activity by going on a color hunt through your home. Get your preschooler moving and have fun searching for at least 3 items that are red, yellow, and blue.

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Color Activities for Kids

Looking for more preschool color activities? Check these out.

Fun I Spy Colors activity perfect for back to school to make the first day of school fun for pre k and kindergarten age kids as they practice counting to 10 and color recognition too

Color Preschool Worksheet

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Emily

Emily is a teacher turned mom who just couldn't quite leave the classroom behind. She has 2 toddlers at home whom she is prepping for kindergarten by doing hands-on learning activities at home. Her blog, Sandbox Academy, focuses on learning literacy, math, STEM, and the arts through crafts and play.

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