Printable Colors Quiet Book

Are your kids ready to practice their colors with our printable colors quiet book? It has 11 basic colors to work through all with fun objects to match with their shadows. 

Fun and vibrant, perfect for your toddler, preschooler or kindergartener who is ready to work on his or her color words.

Printable Colors Quiet Book for Kids

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Printable Colors Quiet Book Walk-trough the Activity Pages

Red

We love the color red. Have your kids match an apple, a bow, a crab, red jello and a pair of lips to their shadows to complete this activity page.

Yellow

Bird, star, bananas, sun and lemon are the objects that go on the yellow page.

Blue

When it comes to blue, an armchair, a fish, blueberries, a raincoat and a butterfly will find their home here.

Green

We have a bunch of cool things when it comes to green – a delicious broccoli, clover, turtle, dinosaur and crocodile.

Orange

Basketball, pumpkin, goldfish, carrot and a fall leaf are all things orange.

Pink

Pink balloon, cap, pterodactyl, flamingo and pig are having fun on this page.

Brown

On the page with brown color, we have a hog, an acorn, a log a bear and a mushroom.

Purple (Violet version also included)

A jug, an eggplant, grapes, car and a plum are the object you will find in purple color.

Black

All things black include – a cat, a raven, a spider, a gorilla and a bat.

Gray (Grey also included)

A gray mouse, a lock, a whale, a robot and a wrench.

White

Last but not least, we have a white tooth, hat, cloud, shell and a car.

So many fun pages to explore – use them individually or bind them into an activity book.

Printable Colors Activity Book

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