I wanted to help Deen learn his colors while still having fun. I do believe in “learning through play” which is when I decided to create a Bingo Colors game. We haven’t had a chance to use it since Deen took an extra long nap today but we will definitely make use of it tomorrow. I’ve created a printable for my readers to download as well if you wanted to help your kids learn their colors: Bingo Color Game
I’ve included four bingo color cards and 8 name cards. Stack the name cards in the middle and turn the card over to see which color is revealed. Whichever player has that color on their card should place a marker. Whoever finishes their card first is the winner. These color cards are suitable for toddlers and preschoolers. You can also use the bingo playing cards as vocabulary word cards to explore different colors.
Check out my Colors and Shapes Activities for preschoolers for more fun ideas!
I know that I could have made the color cards larger to include more colors but I felt that at this age group (approx. three) the kids attention span may not be up for it. If you have an older child have them play two cards at once.
How have you helped your child learn their colors?
I’d love to know if you end up using the cards 🙂
Update 12/22/2016: Due to the popularity of these Bingo Printable Colors I have created a new set for you guys.
You can catch this new Bingo Colors Printable Here.
Here is a sneak peak:
This new bingo color printable activity will have 12 color vocabulary cards too.
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