Single color orange worksheets, interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've grouped up below a number of objects that are colored orange. There is a fish, two oranges, two orange lollipops, a pumpkin, a basketball, a carrot, a t-shirt and a fish. Discuss these objects and their color with your child.
It's also useful to bring together a number of objects around the house that are colored orange. Make a label and attach it to the orange objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "orange" and to help your child read the word. When you are out walking with your child, regularly point out objects and their color, to increase their vocabulary.
Learning should be fun and exciting to keep your child engaged. It's a great idea to mix some paints together to make orange. Ask your child to mix together red and yellow and see what happens.
Print out the orange coloring worksheet on the left hand side.
Ask your child to practise writing the word orange, then to color in the objects and the word. Your child needs to understand that a color can appear in various shades. For example, the cat would normally be ginger, the red squirrel a darker orange, whereas the fruit would be bright orange.
Below are lots of fruits. A mix of lemons, oranges, pears and apples, but how many oranges are there? Ask your child to count the number of oranges and to enter the number into the box.
In this last exercise your child needs to match two of the shoes. On the left hand side are five brightly colored shoes. Ask your child to click on the orange shoes and drag them to the correct white shoe, matching the shoe design.
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