My oldest is three. Not quite sure how she got there so quickly. Time seriously goes by too fast. She LOVES colors – literally. If you ask her what her favorite colors are she will tell you purple and orange first and then continue to list out the rest afterwards. She always follows it up with “I like all the colors, Mommy.” To play into her love of all colors, I wanted to make her some color puzzles to play with. Are you looking for more ideas, activities, and printables about color to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here.
This free resources comes with ten color puzzles. All you need to do is print, laminate (for durability), and cut out. Then they are ready to go. Color puzzles are great for preschool and kindergarten age students. It is a perfect back to school activity or center or a refresher for later in the year.
Another great thing about these puzzles, is that they not only teaches colors, but also require kids to practice fine motor skills while figuring out how to place the different pieces to complete the puzzle. What is not to love?!
My oldest daughter had so much fun putting the different color puzzles together. As she was piecing them together I asked her questions about the different pictures. This allowed us to talk about the different pictures that were on the pieces in detail and encourage discussion. It is always so amazing what kids see and how they apply it into their own lives.
Can you not find a resource that you would LOVE to have for your classroom? Contact me and I would be happy to make it for you.
Click the image below to download the Color Puzzles for free.
I hope that you and your students and/or children enjoy the Color Puzzles!
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