The Colour Mixing Worksheets can be used by children to understand that when 2 colours are mixed together they can create a new colour. These can be used as part of an art experience with children. These can also help children in identifying primary and secondary colours.
The Rainbow Bear Colour Sorting Printables support children to recognise primary and secondary colours by sorting the correct bears with the corresponding rainbow bear. These are great to use with colour bears. This helps children to learn colours and to understand colour classification.
The Colour Of The Week enables Educators to choose a colour that they would like to focus on for their group of children. Using the Colour Of The Week posters Educators can implement a variety of experiences that will assist children in learning colours. This can also be used during circle time.
The Bunny Tails Colour Match enables children to match the correct tail onto the matching coloured bunny. This is great for children learning to recognise colours and also able to identify colours. Using the Bunny Tails Colour Match printables children will be able to identify primary and secondary colours.
The Easter Egg Colour Clip Cards is a fun experience for children as it enables them to choose the correct colour of the Easter egg and clip a peg onto the correct colour. This is great for fine motor skills development as well as learning to identify the right colours. It's also a fun Easter activity for children.
Soccer Ball Colour Match enables children to match the correct colour soccer ball into the correct colour goal. This is a great activity for children learning colours and for colour recognition. These can also be used as play dough mats. Children can roll the correct colour playdough into a ball and put it onto the correct goal post.
Car Wheels Colour Match provide children with individual colour cars in primary and secondary colours. Children can match the correct colour wheels to each car. This is great for children learning their primary and secondary colours.
Colour Sorting Cut and Paste provide children with colour sorting cards for primary and secondary colours. Children can cut out the matching objects and paste them onto the correct colour sorting cards. This is great for children learning their primary and secondary colours.
The T-shirt Colour Patterns is a great activity for children that are learning and recognising colours. Just follow the colour words at the bottom of the t-shirt and decorate the t-shirt with the same coloured splatters. This is a great and simple activity for Holi.