Color Flashcards Printable For Kids FREE

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Color Flashcards Printable For Kids

Looking for additional activities to practice recognizing colors with your toddler? How about incorporating a color flashcards printable into your kiddo’s daily educational playtime?

color flashcards printable

Usually, toddlers start recognizing colors between the age of 18 months and 2 years. There are various ways in which you can support your little one in learning to recognize and name different colors. Whether it’s through songs, color sorting activities, flashcards, or simply naming different colors throughout your day.

Kids learn best through play and I know flashcards sound like a boring activity for young ones. However, there are many playful ways in which you can incorporate them into your child’s playtime and turn it into a fun activity. Many kids also like to look at flashcards during quiet time, like they do with books.

There are many benefits to using flashcards. They can help your child build their vocabulary, stimulate problem-solving and thinking for themselves, improve fine motor skills, and are a simple way to introduce new concepts to them such as colors, numbers, and much more.

You don’t have to spend money on flashcard sets.

Get your free color flashcards printable below. Simply press the download button and print your free set.

I highly recommend laminating your flashcards to make them more durable.

If you don’t own a laminator yet, I would say get one! They’re really affordable and come super in handy while creating activities for kids. You can, of course, also use it to make labels for your spices, make DIY birthday cards, and so much more!

This set of color flashcards consists of 12 cards. The following colors are included: red, yellow, blue, green, orange, black, pink, purple, brown, grey, turquoise, and white.
The printable is a PDF in A4 format with 4 flashcards on each page, making them big enough and toddler-friendly. The colors are bright and the font is easy to read.