Looking for a fun way to learn about colors? Check out this easy and fun colors printable!
Colors printables are so much fun and we have them all over in our shop!
This specific colors printable is a freebie and the best part is that it can work for a differentiated set of ages in SO many ways.
I’ll share below how I love using these free color printables and how you can go about it too.
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Free Colors Printable
I love these colors printable worksheets.
There are two sheets of different sized playdough sheets.
We like to work with the bigger playdough sheet first and add the pre-made colored balls to their correct match on the sheet.
The second sheet with even more playdough balls on it is a bit more advanced.
We love using these to count and talk about colors.
For a more advanced approach, count the red compared to the blue.
So many fun ways to go about it!
I’ll share below how to go about using these sheets if you do not have playdough on hand.
Related: Don’t have playdough on hand? Try this easy homemade playdough recipe!
Preschool Colors Printable
Preschool color worksheets are so much fun and these are no exception.
We love to use these with playdough by rolling playdough balls.
Another easy way to use these colors for preschool worksheets is with the sheets themselves!
Cut the playdough balls on sheet 6 and match them onto the playdough balls on sheet 5.
Or, set sheet 7 and sheet 5 on a table and point to the color name “red”.
Then, point to the red playdough ball(s) on the printable on sheet 5 or sheet 6.
There are so many fun ways to go about using this free printable!
So much fun 🙂
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Free Color Printables
Learning colors worksheets don’t have to be boring.
Make a fun pretend play game out of this one!
Lay sheet 7 onto a table.
Then, point to the playdough balls that match that color name on sheets 5 and 6.
We love adding these sheets to one of our premade busy books and taking these on the go, while on vacation and our favorite – while waiting at a restaurant.
I hope you and your LO’s enjoy these color printables as much as we have.