Let’s learn about colors with this free Secondary Colors Worksheets from Mom Nessly Printable.
Colors are one of the basic concepts that our child learned early on. From the yellow duck, blue skies, red flower, pink ribbon, black hair, brown dog white shirt and many more.
But when in school, the colors are categorized into primary, secondary and tertiary colors. In this post, I will be sharing a bundle of free printable about the Secondary Colors.
Here’s a sample of the Secondary Colors Worksheets you can download later.
The Secondary Colors are a pretty easy concept to teach kids because they find it interesting and know about it already. You can ask them to give examples through show and tell as starters. Ask them their favorite fruit and it’s color, the color of the shirt they are wearing and other related ideas. Playing a game is another great approach too.
Here’s another look on the Secondary Colors Worksheets you can download from this bundle.
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Don’t fret if your kid can’t finish the activity pages yet because it depends on their interest and phase of learning. What’s important is that they are exposed to the activity and had an idea on what to expect in school or in a learning session.
And there you go, I hope that you found this blog post and printables helpful in your learning journey. Should you have any request or other ideas to aid kids in learning, let me know in the comment section.
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