Read Mouse Paint and let the kids mix primary paint colors to create new colors.





This wonderful eye dropper color mixing activity can be printed at



 Add a few drops of primary colored food coloring to water and mix to make green, purple, and orange. 

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Color themed printables

Patterning with Color Words

 These printable patterning activities have a literacy twist.  The kids will be looking at color words (in color ink) while they are working on patterning.  I cut one inch squares of craft foam to use with them.  Other possibilities would be construction paper squares, buttons, or pom poms.  





More Great Books for Teaching Colors



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