The worksheets on this page are all about color words or names. No where does the child have to rely on memory to know how to spell a color word, all of the words are present on the worksheets. The work here might help the child learn to recognize the color names. Side-themes are shapes and simply color theory.
Trace Color Names, Trace & Color Shapes
- Writing the color word
- Tracing a shape and seeing the name of the shape
- Listening and following directions
Each file prints in color. Each file has one shape in a color. That color and shape is written around the shape. Student traces, colors, and writes.
Young Child's First "Color Wheel"
Simplistic color wheel, it's not even called a color wheel. The terms used are primary colors, secondary colors, cool and warm colors.
Student colors the circles as implied on the worksheet. Three files below.
Coloring and Writing a Color Name
There are two crayons on each printout. Cut the paper in half after printing or when you decide to use one.
A Use: One crayon can be used for a color theme week. The worksheet has the color names as a reminder to the child.
Colors listed: pink, red, purple, blue, green, yellow, brown black, white, orange.
Circle the Right Word
This is almost like a test and it might be better to use after kindergarten. The student is supposed to look at the color shown in the small square that is in the upper right-hand corner of each section and circle the correct word.
The answers, from left to right are:
- Top Row: orange; purple; red
- Bottom Row: blue; pink; green.
The inspiration for this file is from a homeschool mom that I know on the internet who occasionally types a color word in the wrong color on purpose to confuse us.