Single color blue worksheets color, interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've pulled together a number of items that are the color blue. We have a butterfly, a fish, a cup cake, blueberries, some ribbon, a lampshade, a balloon and a bird. Talk to your child about these objects to introduce them to this color.
It's a good idea to walk around your house and gather together items that are blue, and also to explain that blue comes in many shades. Make a label and attach it to the blue objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "blue" and to help your child read the word.
When you are out and about with your child, discuss objects and their colors regularly.
Print out the blue coloring worksheet on the left hand side and ask your child to work through it.
He or she can practise how to write the word blue.
Then ask your child to color in the word blue and the three objects. It's best if they use a sharp pencil rather than a crayon.
Below are eight fish. Some are orange, some are yellow, but how many are blue? Ask your child to count the number of blue fish and enter the number into the box
In this last exercise, your child needs to click on the colored flowers and drag them to the right place. There are three different sized blue flowers and three purple flowers. As well as learning the color, they are also beginning to learn shapes and the different sizes that need to be matched.
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