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FREE Preschool/Kindergarten Color Recognition Pack and Giveaway

March always makes me think of rainbows. Well, lions, lambs, leprechauns, gold and rainbows. I don’t really celebrate St. Patrick’s day, but the childhood games are well etched in my mind. My kids and I have talked about the stories of searching for gold at the ends of rainbows and that makes for some great imaginative expression.

Of course, I have literalists in my house so my girls always end with a discussion of how rainbows are really created and they are always more amazed by light refraction than the possibility of a pot of gold. A definite result of home schooling, I’m sure. My kids are always excited about the different ways God has chosen to make our world beautiful.

Rainbows remind us of possibilities beyond ourselves. Something that we can always reach for because the end never seems to be in reach. They also make our world a more colorful and beautiful place. I have a fun Pinterest board simply dedicated to the colors of the rainbow and lots of activities to teach about them. I hope you will follow and get some great ideas for teaching color recognition and exploration.

Follow Life Over C’s’s board Kids and Color on Pinterest.


March is a great time to teach about rainbows. My kindergartener is starting to read, so I created a color recognition printable set to go along with our explorations for the the month. In fact I created two packs. One, freebie that I am sharing here with all of you today and another that can be found in my Teachers Pay Teachers store: Life Over C’s.

The free pack includes a mini-book for learning color words, some fun clip cards, fold-over flash cards and a matching game.

The mega-pack includes play dough mats, non-standard measurement, sorting mats, and a whole lot more!

To make the clip cards a little more fun and to add a different element of fine-motor skills, I punched holes around the cards. Then, I provided my kindergarten with a variety of colors of pipe cleaners and allowed her to show the matching colors by threading the string and pipe cleaners through the correct holes and twisting them.

Click here to download the Color Recognition Mini-Pack As a special treat for you, I’m offering 3 copies of my Color Recognition Mega Pack for free! Take a few moments and enter the giveaway for your chance to win!

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What does March remind you of? What traditions can you not live without? I’d love to hear about them!
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Kim
Kim lives with her husband and four lovely daughters in the Republic of Georgia where they have been missionaries since 2006. She is in her 6th year of home schooling with her little ones and loves creating engaging activities to enhance their schooling. You can follow their adventures homeschooling overseas and while traveling full-time in the U.S. at Life Over C's.
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Comments

  1. Carmen Trahan says:

    I love March because it is the beginning of Spring. All things are new again which then in turn reminds me of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ who makes all things new.

  2. I love March because its my dear hubby’s birthday. I also love it because its finally starting to warm up.

  3. Dara Shank says:

    thank you!

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