I Know My Colors Printable Work Book Series
My preschooler has really been enjoying these sets which is why I rushed last night to get the pink one done for her as she has been requesting it. It seems somewhere along the way I have lost a template as there are only nine pages now instead of the ten I started out with. I have ten colors planned and was hoping for 100 even pages in the final book but this will put me at 91 pages… I suppose I could add another color to the list. The current list is red, blue, green, brown, pink, purple, orange, yellow, black, and white. If you would like a different color than those added to the list, this is your opportunity to request it. 🙂 Comment below to get your favorite color added to the list!
I don’t mean to repeat myself but this book has nine different worksheets that are similar to those found in the previous I Know My Colors workbooks.
These worksheets are made to practice different skills all focusing on solidifying the specific color into their mind. From the way it’s spelled, the actual color, and how to write it. They start out with coloring and tracing the word and work up to writing the word itself.
The worksheets are not really in a specific order in the pdf. You choose which one you feel your individual child is ready for or what will interest them. The color blob is my daughter’s favorite worksheet. Probably because I let her use paint and glitter on it as well as she gets to use the scissors, but whatever works to keep her happily engaged in learning.
I appreciate all the support and love I have gotten during this series. It’s why I do what I do. 🙂 Next up is PURPLE I think. I’m shooting for next week but I am starting full range of classes on Monday so it all depends on three kids and their willingness to get up and start a new routine… and whether or not my sanity is still intake after Monday.
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I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with all this line art I have created for this series once it is over. I’m not sure if anyone would be interested in them because they aren’t extremely huge images as all I needed was smaller ones. If you would like a bunch of random line art for any future projects just fill out the request form below or just email me. Honestly, the whole reason for the form was I found this new button that said Add Contact Form and wanted to try it out. 🙂
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