These 11 Color Posters (8.5 x 11) are perfect for children just learning to read words with a topic that is familiar to all. With crisp, vibrant, fun, colorful clip art, children begin to read words by looking at the pictures. For children already reading, charts may be used when writing or spelling. There are 2 ways to use either as small anchor charts or posters in the room or in binders as a Pictionary. If you put in binders, beginning readers love to read these during Read to Self or independent reading time.
Color charts are great for building vocabulary with young children or English Language Learners.
All posters come in color and blackline.
Each color has its own chart/page with lots of pictures labeled with words.
Red (10) - apple, rose, strawberry, lips, tomato, firetruck, wagon, cardinal, barn, pepper
Yellow (10) – bee, corn, duck, sunflower, taxi, lemon, sun, yolk, bus, bananas
Blue (7) – blue ribbon, bluejay, blueberries, blue jeans, butterfly, sky, ocean
Green (10) – olive, leaf, grass, peas, dollar, frog, alligator, turtle, bush, cactus
Orange (10) – juice, cone, orange, carrot, pumpkin, fox, goldfish, tiger, jack o’lantern, basketball
Purple (7) – violet, grapes, plum, jam, eggplant, jelly, cabbage
Brown (9) – acorn, peanut, bag, football, squirrel, candy bar, teddy bear, log, bear
Black (10) – spider, bat, witch’s hat, top hat, tire, penguin, camera, panda, eight ball, cat
White (9) – moon, milk, snow, ghost, polar bear, igloo, sheep, snowman, swan
Pink (6) – flamingo, lipstick, ballet slippers, lips, piggy bank, pig
Gray (8) – quarter, mouse, whistle, storm, robot, shark, whale, elephant
Grey (8) – quarter, mouse, whistle, storm, robot, shark, whale, elephant
Download these FREE Color Word Cards for your Word Wall or to use in a pocket chart.
Color Word Cards with Pictures
Annie Jewell 2017