These unicorn color activities help kids learn to name and identify colors. They’re a fun addition to Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten math centers
Unicorn Color Activities
Unicorn Color Clip Cards
These color activities help kids name colors.
Preparation – Start by printing and laminating the unicorn clip cards for added durability. Then fill a basket with clothes pins. I love using mini clothes pins, which you can often find in craft stores.
How To Play – First choose a card and look at the color of the unicorn’s mane. Next, name the color and place a clothes pin on the paint stroke that is the same color. Continue playing until all of the colors have been matched.
Unicorn Color Words Clip Cards
These color activities are great for kids who are learning to read and recognize color words. The kids will need some knowledge of beginning sounds.
Preparation – Begin by printing and laminating the clip cards for added durability. Next, grab a basket of clothes pins.
How To Play – Start by choosing a card and looking at the color of the unicorn’s mane. Then say the color and the sound it starts with. For example, “This unicorn has a blue mane. Blue begins with a /b/ sound, so I am going to look for the word that begins with a /b/”. After that place a clothes pin on the word blue.
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