Color Preschool Printables

This page is filled with resources to help you teach your children about colors. You’ll find printable charts, games, minibooks, activities, crafts and more. Learning about colors is a great way to start off the year as most children have a solid understanding of different colors and color names.  Build upon this basic foundation by introducing children to the Color Wheel, the Warm, Cool and Neutral colors and provide ample Color Mixing Activities.  This is a great time to plan some simple Preschool Art Projects


Color Science for Kids Activity Pack

  • Color Wheel Paint Card
  • Simple Experiment Coloring Page
  • Warm & Cool Colors Art Page
  • Exploring Color Blends Art Sheets (x8)
  • Color Splat Bookmarks
  • Color Award Chart
  • Rainbow Spinner Wheel Template
  • and more…. Click Here for Samples

Printable Colors Chart

This is a printable color chart featuring the color word written across each colored circle. Red,
Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink White.

Color Words Wordwall

This is a set of printable wordwall cards featuring color words and different colored circles. Use worrdwall cards in the classroom or cut apart for a simple matching game.

Color Match Sorting Game

Students sort colored pictures onto 8 different color sorting mats. Great for a color-sorting busy bag game.

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Color Classroom Charts

These full color charts work great for classroom use or with student notebooking pages. Mount to the corresponding color of construction paper and hang in the classroom

Color Words Coloring Pages

This is a set of coloring pages for children working on color identification. Each page features different items for children to color and would be great for those working on different hues.

Catch a Rainbow Game

Color matching games are simple ways for your preschooler to build important skills. Color is one of the first differences children can easily recognize and sort and these games are designed to build on visual discrimination skills.

Color Wheel Chart

This is available in color and black and white. Laminate the chart and hang in the classroom or place in student notebooks. Use the black and white version for art exploration.

Dinosaur Color Game Printables

These dinosaur printables are perfect for little ones learning colors and counting. They coordinate with dinosaur counters and include games and worksheets for creating a thematic unit.

Color Bookmarks

Our Color bookmarks make great take home resources for your children. Print on cardstock and laminate for best results. This is also a great resource to add to a mini office for reference.

Printable Colors Bingo

This is a set of printable BINGO cards featuring the different colors. Some colors are featured multiple times so children can work out a little bit of strategy as well.

Color Mixing Worksheet

This is a simple color mixing worksheet you can use with your favorite medium. There is plenty of space for children to blend and mix the colors together to get the desired result.

Color Sequencing Pattern Cards

These sequencing strips start children with ABAB and move to ABCABC. Blank versions are available for children to make their own. Use with Bingo Chips.

Color Words Minibook

This is a printable minibook for children to learn their colors. The full color version is great to read with children, and the black and white version makes a great coloring activity.


Pantone Colors  This artful first colors book introduces children to 9 basic colors and 20 shades of each. Readers will immerse themselves in the concept that one color name actually refers to a variety of dark, light, and in-between tones. Young children will begin by simply naming the colors of the monochromatic images and will soon grow to select their favorite and least-favorite shades. Pantone: Colors is a visually pleasing way to expand the colors conversation and develop a child’s sense of visual discrimination.

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