Looking for a fun and simple way to help kids learn colors?! These no prep coloring sheets are for you. Just hit print and grab a box of crayons for an afternoon of rainbow fun.
They’re the perfect complement to our popular Color Emergent Reader Books!
Prepping the activity was quick and simple! I printed the pages on copy paper and grabbed our box of crayons.
(If your crayon stash is empty, don’t worry! Markers or colored pencils would work well, too.)
Since we were using the activity to review the colors, I started by asking my four year-old to help me brainstorm as many green objects as she could think of.
Leaves, grass, snakes, frogs… our list was long.
Then, I pulled out the green coloring sheet and we named the five objects before coloring them all green.
We are big coloring fans, so my daughter was eager to jump to work on the next sheets in the pile too!
Coloring Sheets Extension Ideas
For kids who are just beginning to learn colors, help them make real world connections by going on a color hunt. Walking around the room, see how many objects of a certain color you can find.
For students who are ready for a stretch, read this set of color emergent reader books!
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Grab your free copy of the coloring sheets by clicking the blue download button below. Then find more color activities your students will love!
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Color Word Match It! // The Primary Post
Color Puzzles // A Dab of Glue Will Do
Coloring Sheets // Playdough to Plato
Color Safari // Literacy with the Littles
Color Hunt Around the Room // Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station
Walking Water Rainbow // The STEM Laboratory
Color Games // Fairy Poppins
Add, Color and Build Flowers // Happy Days in First Grade
Rainbow Train Color Graphing Game // Stay at Home Educator
Color Mixing Jars with Mouse Paint Book // Powerful Mothering
Color Matching Fish // Teach Me Mommy
Matching Colors and Numbers // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Exploding Paint Bombs STEAM Activity // Schooling a Monkey
Color Sorting Mats // Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten
Learning Colors Memory Game // Sara J Creations