Single color black worksheets, interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've gathered together a number of objects for you to discuss with your child, all are colored black. We have a pair of sunglasses, butterflies, a cat, bats, a bowler hat, moustache, black tie, a bird and a bug.
It's a good idea when you are teaching your child a specific color, to gather items in the house, all of the same color, and talk to them about the objects. Make a label and attach it to the black objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "black" and to help your child read the word.
Black can be made up from equal amounts of the three primary colors; red, yellow and blue. Learning should be fun and exciting, so ask your child to experiment with these three colors and see what happens.
Print out the black coloring worksheet on the left hand side. The first section is for your child to practise writing the word black and also to be able to recognize the word in future math questions.
Then we have two exotic fish to be colored in. We have shown the outline of a pattern to aid your child in coloring in with a black pencil. Why not let your child be creative with the white space and use another color alongside black.
Below are six happy sheep, colored white, grey or black. Ask your child to count the number of sheep that are black and to enter the number in the box.
Finally, we have four cats. Two are black and two are grey, each are a different size. Ask your child to click on each of the black cats and move to the cats marked black, ensuring the size also matches Now do the same with the grey cats.
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