Fun printables for tracing the color names. Create an "I can read Color Names" book. There is a cute coloring crayon bordered cover for the book and eight pages of colors to write and color.
Included in the book are pages for black, brown, purple, green, blue, yellow, red and orange. Each page includes pictures of items that are typically a particular color. Only one crayon needed per page.
Children are more interested in writing if the writing involves something they know. Children typically learn their colors prior to learning to write, so the worksheets below are great for a beginning introduction to writing. The words are traced first and then there is space to write them. This makes the transition to writing easier.
Turn these pages into a fun booklet for the kids.
Print out the color names cover along with the worksheets. Stack the pages and staple at the top or along the left side.
Creating a book makes it even more fun for kids.
Trace and write the color names. Then color the pictures. Only one crayon needed for each page.