What's your favourite colour? Here's a list of ten colour words to put into alphabetical order, maybe your favourite is on this list? Cut the out the colour words then use with our alphabetical order base.
Chidlren can have fun with these colour worksheets, practising their handwriting, doing some colouring and having a go at drawing too. We've got one for all of the basic colours.
Is a pig black? A bat? Or a penguin? Children can have fun identifying the right pictures to colour black, then tracing the word to get familiar with it.
Have fun learning about the colour blue with this worksheet, which gives children the opportunity to trace the letters in the word, identify blue objects, colour and draw.
Children can have some fun learning about the colour brown with this fun worksheet. Gingerbread men, hedgehogs and teddy bears are brown - some of the nicest things in life!
Here's a fun way to test if the children know their colour words! Can they draw a line from each beautiful butterfly to the correct colour word?
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.
The kids will enjoy this colourful Christmas sorting worksheet. Can they match the coloured parcels with the hat colour of each snowman?
Here's a simple colour match up worksheet for early learners, who need to draw a line from the colour words on the left to the correct colour splodge on the right.
Draw a line from the colour word to the correct colour splodge! This colour match up puzzle is a fun way to check that you know all the colour words.
Children should look at the patterns in each row and then colour in the final "splodge" with the correct 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.
There are 2 worksheets in this set to choose from. The first guides the children in which colours to use. The second doesn't!
This set of 2 worksheets asks children to pick out the correct shapes from each row and colour them in. The first worksheet guides the children with a colour to choose; the second leaves them to choose for themselves.
Here are some useful word cards for the main colours, with appropriately coloured borders and letters to make learning easier!
There's a smack of jellyfish floating across the page of this worksheet - very pretty and colourful! Children need to recognise the colour of the jellyfish and the appropriate colour word, count the jellyfish (from 1 to 6) and write the number into the table.
Children can learn all about the colour green - and learn how to write the colour word too. Then get out the colouring pencils!
Here's the grey worksheet in our colour worksheet set. Colour in a donkey and wolf - so cute! - and identify other grey objects to colour before tracing the word grey and drawing more grey things. You may prefer our Gray Colour Worksheet.
Practice colour words with this fun colour labelling worksheet. Cut out the words and match to the correct jellyfish - then colour your own.
We've included the first letter of each of these colour words to get the kids started on this "label the colours" worksheet.
Practice writing colour words with this bright and cheerful worksheet! Fill in the missing letters. US and UK versions below.
I think most children will enjoy colouring in the pink cupcake on this worksheet - and searching for the other pink objects to colour in! Learn to recognise and write the word pink, too.
Have fun with the colour purple with our purple colour worksheet. Practise writing the word - then get the purple colouring pencil out!
Learn how to spell and write the word "red" and then have a go at colouring and drawing some red objects on this fun colour worksheet, just one of a complete set of colours.
Learn about the colour white with this fun worksheet. Children can practise writing the word, then look for things that should be white before colouring them in - or maybe circling them on this worksheet would be better! - and drawing their own pictures of other white objects.
Can the kids identify and write the colours of the brew in each cauldron? Colour fun for Halloween!
For a slightly easier version, try Match the Cauldron Colours (which includes the colour words in dotted font for tracing).