Color Learning Activities for Preschool 0

Good morning, How was your weekend? Our weekend was okay we didn’t do anything at all. In fact most of the weekend we spent inside watching TV or I was reading a book. Although I did want to go to the pool which didn’t happen as Charlie went to play with some friends. Which was fine as Charlie hadn’t played with anyone in a while.

As we begin a new week I wanted to bring you a new Homeschooling Resource this one is to teach our little ones there colors. I hope you enjoy checking out Color Learning Activities for Preschool as I can’t wait to share these resources with Lily, Jason and Payton as I think they will enjoy them a lot.

Rainbow Play-Based Learning Activities from Parenting from the Heart

Free Color Sorting Mat from The Measured Mom

Color Sorting Activity from Tot Schooling

Romping & Roaring Color Word Packs from 3 Dinosaurs

Button Machine Color Game from A Little Pinch of Perfect

Rainbow Bear Colors Printable from Simple Fun for Kids

Learning Colors Activities and Printable from JDaniel4’s Mom

Printable Color Puzzles from ABC’s to ACT’s

Learn Color Names in Seven Languages from The Natural Homeschool

Learning Colors with Stickers + Free Printable from See Vanessa Craft

Mouse Paint Preschool Activities from Homeschool Preschool

Color Bugs Memory Game from Kids Activities Blog

Color by Number Words Butterfly Printable from B-Inspired Mama

Color Experiment Worksheet from A Dab of Glue Will Do

Color Pattern Busy Bag from Kidz Activities

Color the Snowman Buttons from Gift of Curiosity

Color Matching Cards from Homeschool Creations

Color Walk Free Printable Scavenger Hunt for Kids from Buggy and Buddy

LEGO Printables for Colors and Patterns from I Can Teach my Child

Color and Read Emergent Readers from This Reading Mama

Free Color by Number Math Printables from The Kindergarten Connection

Paint Palette Color Wheel from Mama Miss

If you have resources like this for either Toddlers or Preschoolers Please come and share them with me as I am looking for more items to use with the kids. As well as 4th grade resources for Charlie.

Thank you,

Glenda, Charlie and David Cates

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