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I love teaching preschool concepts with hands-on activities. If those activities serve more than one purpose, that’s even better.
One important preschool skill is learning colors. Some kids pick up that skill sooner than others and are ready to move on to learning color words.
This pack of puzzles serves both purposes. That makes these color word puzzles perfect for preschoolers, but they can also be adapted for tots and kindergarten kiddos, too.
Color Word Puzzles
From picture books and printables to hands-on activities and book-based activities, there are so many ways to introduce teach young learners to their colors. Low-prep activities are definitely easiest to include in your daily homeschool preschool plans.
This pack of FREE color word puzzles contains 10 puzzles. Each puzzle features items that are the same color to they are easier for younger children to assemble. Older preschoolers and kindergarteners can focus on spelling the color words correctly as they reassemble the puzzles.
What you’ll need:
How to prepare:
For tots and prereaders, you can cut the color word off the bottom of each puzzle so that your child just focuses on reassembling the puzzles based on color.
How to use:
Have your child assemble each puzzle. Younger students can reassemble based on color while older children can focus on sounding out and spelling each color word as they reassemble them.