Check out these awesome Blue Color Activities and Worksheets for Preschool! Build fine motor skills and learn all about the color blue. Trace, color, and match with 10 different color activities. Print out your rain cloud template and have fun fingerprinting the raindrops with blue paint. Have fun coloring, tracing, matching, and more! Print all 10 blue worksheets below!
Blue Color Worksheets!
Get creative using blue crayons, markers, Dot Dot markers, and watercolors! To build pincher strength, use small stickers with your I Spy and Dot Dot Page. Have your little ones peel and stick one sticker onto each whale or circle. Building the strength of the thumb and forefinger is great for tying shoes, zipping zippers, and buttoning buttons.
Blue Color Activities!
When engaging with these color printables, be sure to get the conversation going. Is there anything you see in the room that is the color blue? How many things can you find? How does the color blue make you feel? Is it calming or exciting?
Blue Worksheets for Preschool!
Check out these 2 awesome Blue Color Activities. First, print out your rain cloud template onto cardstock paper. Have your little ones dip their finger into blue paint and dot the cloud’s raindrops. Print out a template for each color (all on the blog!) and create an end of the year color book as a keepsake.
Color Activities for Preschool
A great way to learn about colors is by engaging with some hands-on activities! Check out two great color activities that you little ones will love!
Color Mixing with Ice Cubes is an awesome way to learn about what happens when two colors mix. Use food coloring to freeze your ice cubes to your desired color. Once frozen, place 2 different colors of your ice-cubes into a small bowl. Wait for them to melt, or use a hairdryer to see what color emerges!
Check out an awesome Ocean Art Project! I love this art project because it allows your little ones to paint with pom poms or a sponge. This activity also lets your little ones see that there are many different kinds of blue such as light blue vs. dark blue. When mixed together your creation will look just like the deep blue sea!
Books About the Color Blue for Preschool
Check out some great books that will teach your little ones about the color blue! Read Baby Bear Sees Blue and My Blue is Happy. Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests.
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