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Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten

Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
Color & Shape Cards for Preschool & Kindergarten
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Learn shape, and color names, and learn to identify basic shapes and colors with this set of cards. Children will observe colored shapes and match them to the correct outlines. They will have fun improving reading readiness skills as they play a game of same and different (concentration game), or "Go Fish".

Vocabulary: Color & Shape Cards (PRINT)

The shape and color cards come in 3 formats
• ½ page shape cards - Print double-sided with the printed card backing , or print odd numbers, single-sided sheets.
• ¼ page shape or color cards - They can be printed as a stand alone shape or color cards or printed double-sided with the shape on one side and the color on the other.
• ½ page student desk chart basic shapes & basic colors

Suggestions:
• Identify and name the colors.
• Identify and name the shapes.
• Play concentration. Print the cards with the card backing.

• Place 5 or more pairs of cards face down. First player: Turn 2 cards over. If they match, take them and put them in front of you. Try again. If they are not a match, place them face down in the same position. Player two: Same as player one. Continue until there are no cards left. The winner is the person with the most pairs.

Play “Go Fish”. Print 4 of each color or shape card.
Hand out 5-7 cards each. Place the rest of the cards in a pile face down. The player whose turn it is to play asks another, "Bob, do you have any red?" You must have at least one of the cards you are asking for. Bob must hand over one red card. If he has none, Bob tells you to "go fish." You draws a card from the pile and places it in your own hand. Then it is the next player's turn – unless the card you drew is the card you asked for, in which case you put your match down in front of you, and she gets another turn. When any player has two cards of one face value the cards must be placed face up in front of that player. Play proceeds to the left. When all sets of cards have been played, the game ends. The player with the most sets of cards wins.

• Notice the varying shades of one color. Can the child find colors that are almost the same? Ask the child to explain his thinking.

A great resource to teach vocabulary in Special Education, Early Intervention Programs, Preschool and Kindergarten Classrooms, as a Homeschool Activity or for Parents.

Check out more early literacy resources here!

Have fun!
Laurie Fyke @ Primarily Learning

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