Color Cards activity set

This set of 26 cards can be used to practice critical thinking and visual discrimination skills as well as color recognition.

Use the 24 smaller cards (quarter-page size) for matching game, as flashcards, or to hold in the hand while searching for items indoors or out that have that particular color.

Use the 2 full-page size poster cards to spur discussions about colors and the colored objects shown — how are blue and purple similar?  Which color is closest to this orange?  Would you call this color pink or peach?

For younger kids, the large cards can be used to simply spot and point to individual colors within the graphics.


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