Preschool Colors Worksheets and Printables

Our preschool colors worksheets and printables are a rainbow of fun. Your little one will learn all about ROYGBIV as he writes and matches his way to color knowledge! Many of our color worksheets require kids to color and paint by number, which is a great way to work out fine motor skills. It's important for kids to learn that there are certain constistencies when it comes to colors. Mastering the colors will help your child make sense of the world around him; he'll be better able to order his experiences once he realizes that certain things tend to be certain colors. As an added bonus, he'll appreciate exceptions to the color rules all the more.
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Color Recognition: Red Color Recognition: Red Practice your color recognition and writing skills with this very red worksheet.
What's Your Favorite Color? What's Your Favorite Color? Everyone has a favorite color, especially preschoolers.Let your kid express herself and draw something using her favorite color.
Write & Color: Orange Write & Color: Orange Organize the orange crayons! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see orange objects, trace and write "orange," and color with orange.
Writing Colors: Black Writing Colors: Black Break out the black crayons! On this prekindergarten writing and coloring worksheet, kids see black objects, trace and write "black," and color with black.
The Color Green: Learning About Color The Color Green: Learning About Color What kind of things are the color green? This worksheet asks your child to circle the green objects--helping him with his matching and color recognition skills.
Our preschool colors worksheets and printables are a rainbow of fun. Your little one will learn all about ROYGBIV as he writes and matches his way to color knowledge! Many of our color worksheets require kids to color and paint by number, which is a great way to work out fine motor skills. It's important for kids to learn that there are certain constistencies when it comes to colors. Mastering the colors will help your child make sense of the world around him; he'll be better able to order his experiences once he realizes that certain things tend to be certain colors. As an added bonus, he'll appreciate exceptions to the color rules all the more.