Vocabulary Essential Activities for Preschool


Colors: Blue

If your child has now reached that stage when he is supposed to start learning about colors and differentiating them then you need to start teaching him with the basics. You see, there are so many colors out there and you cannot expect your child to pick on all the colors at the same time, right? Well, this is the reason why the wiser thing to do is to first start with the basic colors that are red, blue, yellow and green.These colors are easier to learn and well, this is where everyone takes the start. Now, speaking of teaching colors, let’s suppose you want to tell your child about the color “blue”. Now, what exact measures and steps will you take to make him understand which color is the “blue” color? Well, if you don’t know then here’s what you need to do. You need to use visuals to make your little one memorize the color blue.
If your kid is at that stage when he is supposed to learn about colors and their names then know that you as a parent or a teacher need to use as many visuals as you can. Speaking of teaching colors, let’s suppose you are currently focusing on “red”. Use different examples, make him watch different videos about the color red and then move towards the point where you test him. Use DIY color books, makeup and sing some songs and rhymes and opt for hand painting to make this learning process fun for your kid.With a little practice and some hand painting, your kid will surely learn about the color red within no time and once he reaches that stage, you then can move to other colors like blue and green, etc. Moreover, you can even tell about the color red to your child by pointing out his/her favorite dress.
If you think it’s high time to teach your child about different colors then make sure to start with the basics ones that are blue, black, green, yellow, white. Yes, you read that right, you see, your child’s brain is too small at the moment and he can memorize limited things so don’t try to stuff his brain and start slow! Today in this article we are going to talk about the yellow color and how you can tell your kid about this color. You see, you can’t just tell your little one about colors via text, in fact, you need to show them again and again what yellow color looks like and how is it different from the other colors. Now, in this case, you can do so much to teach your little one that you have no idea. For starters, colors are all about visuals so make your child watch some good Youtube videos about the color yellow and we assure you that this technique will really be effective for them. These videos can do wonders to your child’s brain and they surely work so don’t forget to try this technique.
The video begins with their familiar elephant character drawing clouds and sun on a barren background. The elephant then draws a tree but it is without any color. Elephant then looks around and a dapper little leprechaun appears on the scene. He waves his green magic wand and the grass is now green. Children viewing the video are asked, “What color is the grass?” The color word GREEN is shown and the voiceover answers the question. But the clever leprechaun is not done! In this video, viewers will learn colors for kids by watching what the leprechaun does next. Children and students will learn the color green when the leprechaun waves his wand and then green leaves appear on the tree. A green frog appears and the children are asked what color the frog and then the children are asked the color of the leprechaun’s hat.
Do you need a video that teaches colors for kids? This fun and educational video teaches the color orange. The video is ideal for use in school classrooms and home classrooms. ESL learners learn from and enjoy the video too. Learning the names of colors and correctly identifying colors is one of the first academic skills that young preschoolers and kindergarten students learn. When children learn to name colors, they effectively describe objects in their environment. But knowing colors is more than that. When children learn colors, they can compare and contrast things in the child’s environment as well as use color to sort and classify objects. The video is the appropriate length for young learners and simply explains the concept of the color orange.

Boy and Girl Words Coloring Worksheet

Boy and Girl Words Coloring Worksheet
Emergent or early readers often cannot sound out all words as phonics rules are still being learned. So, readers learn to read words by sight. This simple but effective worksheet teaches students how to read two sight words: boy and girl. Students color the letters in each word and then color a picture of a boy and girl.  Help your students build their sight word vocabulary with this fun PDF.
In The Garden Coloring Page
Let’s take a walk out in the garden to explore all the beautiful plants and creatures there with this cute printable coloring page: In the Garden! Coloring helps kids learn and grow as they utilize prior knowledge and connect the scene on the page with what they’ve seen grow right outside their homes!
Little Mermaid Coloring Page
It’s time to dive deep into the sea and use imagination to explore magical creatures with this enchanting printable coloring page: Little Mermaid! Your child will love selecting the perfect colors to make this beautiful mermaid and her ocean home come to life on this charming coloring page!
Sea Adventure Coloring Page
Let’s explore the ocean with a funny turtle while coloring this printable coloring page: Sea Adventure! The sea turtle will lead the way, while fish watch and follow along. This imaginative page will help kids express creativity and imagination while selecting the perfect colors for the scene!

Identifying Sight Words: And, The, It, Is

Identifying Sight Words: And, The, It, Is
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify sight words and, the, it, and is.
Identifying Sight Words: I, Can, You, Like
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify sight words you, can, I, and like.
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify opposites.
Sight Words: To, Me, In, My
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify the sight word to, me, in, and my.
Sight Words: We, See, Go, Up
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify the sight word we, see, go, and up.
Sort Objects into Categories and Color Words
This quiz assesses students’ ability to sort objects into categories and identifying color words.
Words and Their Use and Shades of Meaning
This quiz assesses students’ ability to identify shades of meaning.