Monday, September 26, 2016

Color File Folder Games

Color File Folder Games



Here are four file folder games to teach your students or child about colors. Each game focuses on different skills; sorting, matching, spelling, & writing. These can be added to play centers, used in small groups, or sent home for parent involvement. 

I Can Write Color Words!




Kids LOVE using dry erase markers! Save paper with this engaging and colorful writing activity. Students practice tracing color words, when they're finished they can erase the marker and the game is ready for the next student. This teaches reading and fine motor skills. 

I Can Spell Color Words!




TRAINS! My 18 month old is currently obsessed with anything with wheels, and preschool children love them too. Engage your students with this fun theme and help them learn something at the same time. The letters are color coded by word, to help students know which train they go with. This game can be adapted depending on the level of your students. Add the included oval color words to the trains themselves and students can see how to spell the word. This teaches using a word wall, letter recognition, and spelling.

I Can Sort by Color!



Students sort the items onto corresponding color jar. Extend learning by having students count how many items are in each jar, or by playing I spy "I spy something yellow that a baby uses".

I Can Match Items by Color!



Cupcakes! Yummy! Students match the icing to the corresponding cupcake bottom. 

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