Single color brown worksheets, interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've brought together a number of objects below, all colored brown. We have a hat, a happy looking bear, an old boot, a pretzel, some logs, a dog, a jug and some potatoes. You can discuss these objects and their color with your child. Also note the different shades.
It's a good idea to bring objects together that are in your house that are brown. Make a label and attach it to the brown objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "brown" and to help your child read the word. When you are outside walking, regularly point out objects and their color.
Learning should be exciting, so it's a fun exercise to get some paint and mix the colors to make brown. One way of doing this it to mix yellow and red which makes orange. Then add some blue for the paint to turn brown.
Print out the brown coloring worksheet to the left. This is for your child to practise writing the word brown and to color in the animals.
We have a dog and a horse for your child to color in.
At the end of the worksheet, your child should become familiar with how to write the word, recognize it, and be familiar with the color.
Below are eight happy teddy bears, some are brown, others are pink. Ask your child to count the number of brown teddy bears and to type the answer into the box.
In this final exercise, we have four happy bears, two white and two brown. Ask your child to click on each of the bears and drag them to their right location. Please point out to your child that two of the bears are a different size.
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