Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Precursor to Kindergarten - K.G.B.5
How to Match Colors - Colors play an important role in our life. They are best for both decorating and contrasting purpose. Without colors, life can look absolutely meaningless. So, is it not a good idea to learn all about colors? Learn about the color wheel: Take a look at the full diagram of colors that provide an illustration of which colors go together and which don't. Primary colors - The basic Red, blue and yellow are the primary colors. These are the basic colors in the color wheel that cannot be mixed using any other colors. Secondary colors - now comes the secondary colors in the wheel. Green, orange and purple are colors that can be formed mixing the primary colors. Secondary and tertiary colors: The color wheel also has tertiary colors with a combination of secondary colors. Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-purple, blue-purple, blue-green and yellow green . Match primary colors with other primary colors and complementary colors: Also known as the concept of 'color harmony', created when different are combined together to create a pleasing effect. Colors like red, yellow and blue always harmonize. They are bold and eye-catching, and are always in. The basic idea is to stay in the same color family! These worksheets help students identify and match colors together and name colors as well
Printable Worksheets and Lessons
- Drawing Roses: Step-by-Step Lesson- You will need green and red markers to complete this one.
- Guided Worksheet
- This worksheet starts working on the following skills: using tables,
keys, and legends.
- Guided Explanation
- It took me a few years to understand that this, in reality, is
a pre-graphing exercise.
- Independent Practice Worksheet
- Here are 10 shapes that need some color. Time to go to town!
- Matching Worksheet
- Find the color that matches the color of the object.
I tried to make these as helpful as possible for students. These are a little bit more fun than most other worksheets.
- Color While You Count... - Choose any 6 crayons. Choose a color for each number below. Color the picture according to those numbers. Write the colors that you used for each number in the color key below the picture.
- The Days of the Week in Order - Most calendars start with Sunday as the first day of the week. The days then continue in the order shown below. Use the coloring key to color in the picture based on the number of each day.
- Color Your Dresser Matching Activity - You will need crayons for this one. Use the color that matches the number key below.
- Match the Fish Bubbles - Draw a line to the number matching the answer of the equation in the bubbles.
- Advanced Labeling and Spacing Worksheet - There are 3 living things in the picture below. Write the corresponding number of the living things that each sentence describes.
- The Next Number - Find the number that comes after all numbers in the picture.
- Blast Off By Adding Ones... - Use the color key below to color in the rocket. Make sure to add the 1s first.
- Windmills, Shapes, and Colors - Color in each shape using the color key below.
- Within 1 : Coloring Worksheet - Color in the picture using the colored using the key below. The numbers in the picture must less than the number in the key. Match the number, or be 1 more or 1 less than the number in the key.