Single color yellow worksheets, interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've gathered together a number of objects that are colored yellow. We have the sun, two bananas, a duck, a car, a pepper, a lemon, the moon and some stars. Discuss each of these objects and their color with your child.
Walk around the house with your child and gather together and discuss other objects that are colored yellow. Make a label and attach it to the yellow objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "yellow" and to help your child read the word. Also, when you are out walking with your child, point regularly at objects and discuss them and their color.
Yellow is a primary color so there is no way of creating using different paint colors.
Print out the yellow coloring worksheet on the left hand side.
Ask your child to practise writing the word, yellow. Then to color in the three objects; there's a bumble bee, some flowers and a fish.
It is best to use a sharp yellow pencil, not a crayon.
Below are a number of parrots, a mix of yellow, green, blue and pink. Ask your child to count the parrots that are yellow and to enter the number into the box.
In this last exercise, there are four red and four yellow apples on the tree. The apples vary in size and shape. Ask your child to click on each yellow apple and to drag it to the correct spot, ensuring that the shape and size match.
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