Colors - CCSS RF.K.3.c
Links verified on 05/13/2016
- Exercises and Games
- Boople's Colors - Click start and then click on the objects that match the color.
- Color Labeling - Drag the color name to the matching colored box.
- Color Match - Put the red, blue and green items in the boxes with the matching colors. For single color matching, try All the Blue Things || All the Red Things || All the Green Things.
- Color Me - Pick the color to paint the object by clicking on the colored square on the right. Then click on the object to paint it with the given color.
- Color Sequence: Lecky's Picture Painting - Match the pictures that Lecky the Alien displays by selecting colors and painting the picture.
- Color the Rainbow - Freda the Frog shows objects, you name the color before clicking on the arrow. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Color Train - Click 'Next' to see a train and then click on the cars until you match the colors of the other train. Keep clicking on a car to change the color.
- Colors - Click on the objects that are the color named.
- Crocodile Smiles - Mrs. Crocodile has six babies who all look alike. How does she tell them apart? Click on their smiles.
- Dress the Doggie - Follow the directions at the bottom, select the clothing item, drag it on the dog and he will tell you what color to choose.
- Kinderweb Color Game - Match the spoken color to one of the colored shapes - This site is completely audio so children can work at their own pace independently.
- Match Fish Colors - This is a practice activity, not a game - select a color, run your mouse over the white fish with color names until you find the one that matches the larger fish.
- String of Beads - A color and sequencing activity - select level I or level 2 and then color the beads.
- Tom's Color Game - Click on a color name and drag it next to the matching color. Get three right and you can give Tom one of his bed time bits.
- What Color Is It? - Choose the color that best describes the object? [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]