Print out an alphabet of blue letters, in upper and lower case. They come in one 27-page pdf download, with an index page with clickable links at the front to make printing individual letters quick and easy.
We've got all sorts of useful colour printables here - word cards, sorting cards, sorting mats and more. We've made them bright and cheerful so that learning about colour is as fun as it should be!
We've chosen a lovely bright blue for this fun dotty letters, which you can use for your displays, for decorating, for playing letter games or perhaps spelling out your child's name for their door. Mix and match with our other colours and designs, and choose from upper or lower case.
These brown display letters - upper and lower case - might prove useful for Autumnal or nature themed displays, or for all sorts of letter games. Jumble them up with our other colours, or use them on their own. The complete alphabet is included in the file below, with a clickable index.
These bright and cheerful butterfly colour matching cards are the perfect way to help the kids learn to recognise colours. Print and cut out each card, then cut in half. Mix them all up then ask the children to match each colour word to the correct butterfly.
Pretty butterflies in so many lovely spring and summer colours make this butterfly colour matching game a joy to make and play! Children will need to study the butterflies carefully to match them to the correct flower, as some are very similar.
Dominoes are a great way to teach children recognition skills whilst having lots of fun too! To play with this colourful car set, simply print onto card and cut the dominoes out, then play in the same way as regular dominoes, matching the coloured cars instead of dots.
This bright and colourful sorting activity is lots of fun for the kids at Christmas. Print and cut out the bells and the colour sorting mats (laminate if you prefer). Then ask the children to sort the pictures by colour...
We've chosen a number of pictures associated with a particular colour - bananas, daffodils and lemons for yellow, for example - and made them easy to cut up and use for all sorts of colour activities, particularly with our Colour Sorting Mats.
Print out these colour sorting mats (and laminate for durability if you with) then use them for all sorts of colour sorting activities.
Here are some useful word cards for the main colours, with appropriately coloured borders and letters to make learning easier!
Why play dominoes with boring black and white dots when you can play with colourful flowers instead? These gorgeous flower dominoes are easy to print and cut out, and you can laminate them or stick them onto craft foam to make them more durable if you prefer.
Here is a set of gray letters to print and cut out for your displays and alphabet games. We have a "grey" set too - identical except for the index page! Find individual letters by clicking on the links on the index page.
These lovely bright green letters will liven up any display or lettering game that you play with the kids. You will find the complete set of upper and lower case letters in the one pdf file below, with clickable links at the front to make printing individual letters a little easier.
Here's the grey version of our display alphabets, ready to print and cut out. Use them with a mixture of our other letters, or own their own - perhaps for weather displays, or "sad" feeling words!
Cut out our colourful carp kites in various sizes and then stick them onto the correct sorting pages which are included in this fun colour sorting printable.
These lovely polka dot letters come in a striking navy blue - perfect for marine displays, pirate parties and lots more! Print the whole set or mix and match with our other designs and colours.
Brighten up your walls and doors and make learning the alphabet more fun with our bright orange letters! You'll find the complete alphabet in both upper and lower case in the pdf below, with a clickable index at the front.
You never know when pink letters might come in handy - so here's a set, complete with upper and lower case. Cut them out for displays, banners, signs, writing names, letter games... you could even use one as a place "initial" at a birthday party!
Here's a set of upper and lower case letters which you can use for displays, games, signs and banners... there are so many ways they might come in useful, especially if you mix them up with all our other brightly coloured letters!
This simple rainbow scavenger hunt could be a fun activity for younger kids learning their colours or perhaps at a birthday party, and it works well in the classroom or home.
These bright red display letters come in one pdf containing all the upper and lower case, complete with clickable index at the front to make it easy to print out individual letters. Use them to brighten up the classroom or home!
These red dotty letters look great mixed and matched with our other colours and designs and you can use them in so many ways. Why not laminate them when you've cut them out so you can use them over and over again?
This 10 page pdf has 5 different size scottie dogs per page and 10 different colours. Print, cut out and laminate and use for all sorts of sorting activities.
The children will have hours of fun playing with these bright and cheerful star dominoes. Try laminating them or sticking onto card or craft foam to make them a bit more durable. You could use this set of dominoes to practise colours, too.