Check out these awesome Brown Color Activities and Worksheets for Preschool! Build fine motor skills and learn all about the color brown. Trace, color, and match with 9 different color activities. Print out your deer template and have fun fingerprinting the antlers with brown paint. Sing a song about the word brown and use markers and crayons to create some awesome “brown” artwork. See all 9 free printables below!
Brown Color Worksheets!
First, learn all about the color brown in the “Color, Trace, and Match!” worksheet. Color the pictures with a brown crayon, trace the dotted word, “brown”, then match each picture to its shadow! Be sure to talk with your little ones about the names of each picture. Next, use a brown Dot Dot marker to fill in your brown dog! Finally, find all 10 acorns in the brown eye spy worksheet. To build pincher strength, use small stickers. Have your little ones peel and stick one sticker onto each acorn!
Brown Color Activities!
Check out these 2 awesome Brown Color Activities. First, print out your deer template onto cardstock paper. Have your little ones dip their finger into brown paint and dot the deer’s antlers. Print out a template for each color (all on the blog!) and create an end of the year color book as a keepsake. Next, learn to spell the color brown with a fun song!
Brown Worksheets for Preschool!
Put together a brown color puzzle. Match each number to its same partner and see what brown animal appears! Trace the word “brown” with a marker or crayon and color in the pictures brown. Have fun with a cut and paste activity and spell out the word brown while matching each letter to its same partner.
Color Activities for Preschool
A great way to learn about colors is through hands-on color activities! Check out two great ideas to get your little ones thinking about colors.
The Bear Craft for Kids is a great way to engage with the color brown and practice your fork painting skills! Use a fork to transfer brown paint onto a paper plate. Print out your free bear cutouts and glue each piece to complete your bear’s face.
A great way to sort your colors is with Printable Color Sorting Mats. Have your little ones use tongs to sort through pom poms and place each color to its matching mat. This activity builds fine motor skills and builds color recognition skills.
Books About the Color Brown for Preschool
Check out some great books that engage with the color brown! Read “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” and “Mixed”. Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! After you read your picture book, look around the room! Do you see anything that is the color brown?