Single color red worksheets interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've gathered together a number of objects below that are colored red. We have an apple, a chilli, a starfish, a heart, a car, a flower, a ladybird, some strawberries and a crab. Talk to your child about each of these objects and their color.
Walk around the house and assemble other objects that are colored red and discuss them with your child. Mention that red can appear in many shades. Make a label and attach it to the red objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "red" and to help your child read the word.
When you are out for a walk with your child, point to objects and discuss their color. This will also improve their vocabulary.
Print out the red coloring worksheet on the left hand side.
Ask your child to practise writing the word "red". Next, there are five different objects to color as well as the word, red. Use a sharp colored pencil and not a crayon.
If your child is feeling adventurous, try adding some different shades of red.
Next we have lots of delicious looking peppers. Some are orange, others are either red, green or yellow. Ask your child to count the number of red peppers and to type the number into the box.
In the last exercise, there are a number of colored flowers. Ask your child to click and drag each red flower to its correct position. Please point out that each red flower is of a different size, and the size also needs to match.
Would you like to learn more colors? Click on the star below to explore another color.
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