Teach Your Toddler Colors With FREE Song And Printable Worksheets!




Teach Your Toddler Colors With FREE Song And Printable Worksheets!



A good friend of mine asked me if I could put together some resources to help her teach her toddler colors.

I said sure!

I just got done.

Are you also interested in having your toddler learn colors?

Good!

Because, I'm sharing it with all of you!

Since my friend's child is only a toddler, I decided it would be best to stick to primary colors (red, blue, yellow and green)

Here's what I put together:
  1. Song about colors
  2. Printable worksheets in color
  3. Printable worksheets in black and white
  4. Song lyrics
I suggest you start with either the song or the printable worksheets in color.
Both are great way to introduce your child to colors.

Once you feel your child has a good grasp
of their primary colors, go ahead and give them the printable
worksheets in black and white.


If you want to do even more with your child, I spy is a really fun game to play.

And, you can always continue playing and singing along to our song, I Love Colors!

You can find it all at Kids Learn @ Kiboomu Daily!

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!
www.kiboomu.blogspot.com

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