Colors Day 13: Review

For our last day of our Colors Unit Study we reviewed all of the colors that we have learned.  We had fun reviewing with books, songs, games, crafts, and balloons.  This unit study was so fun for T although the lapbooks were a little much if we did it all in one day.



  • Oscar Otter’s Colors by Maurice Pledger
  • Richard Scarry’s Colors by Richard Scarry

Watch:  Colors Song 2

Song:  If You Are Wearing Red

If you are wearing red, Shake your head,
If you are wearing red, Shake your head,
If you are wearing red,
Then please shake your head.
If you are wearing red, shake your head.

Blue, touch your shoe
Black, pat your back
Green, bow like a queen
Yellow, Shake like Jell-O
Brown, Turn around
Pink, give us a wink

Circle Colors
Sort colored craft sticks into colored toilet paper rolls.IMG_5052 IMG_5051

Dog’s Colorful Day Craft

Read:  Dog’s Colorful Day by Emma Dodd


  • 2 styrofoam cups
  • 1 multicolored pom-pom
  • 2 googly eyes
  • glue
  • scissors
  • brown, white and pink construction paper
  • black marker


  1. Smoosh one cup a bit and glue the side of it to the bottom of the other cup.
  2. Cut out a long pink oval shape for the tongue and glue it in the mouth of the smooshed cup.IMG_5056
  3. Cut out 4 brown circles and draw paw print shapes on them for the paws, glue them under the mouth on the bottom cup.IMG_5054
  4. Cut out a raindrop shape for the tail and glue it on the back on the bottom.IMG_5055
  5. Cut out 2 bigger raindrop shapes for the ears and glue them on the head.IMG_5057
  6. Glue the pom-pom nose onto the top of the smooshed part of the cup (the dog got his nose in many different colored messes).IMG_5058
  7. Glue on the googly eyes between the ears and nose.
  8. Cut out white bone shapes and color them different colors.IMG_5060
  9. The child can feed the dog different colored bones.IMG_5062 IMG_5064

Stringing Beads
String pony beads onto the corresponding colored pipe cleaners.IMG_5044 IMG_5042

Bear Puzzle

I had this wooden bear puzzle that I found at a famer‘s market years ago.  It has all the colors that we have learned and T is starting to get better at puzzles. IMG_5047 IMG_5046

Color Crayon File Folder Game

I printed out and put together this Color Crayon File Folder Game for T.IMG_5075

Too Many Balloons

Read:  Too Many Balloons by Catherine Matthias

Directions:Blow up one balloon of each balloon and let the child play.IMG_5081 IMG_5086

Balloon Books:

  • Too Many Balloons by Catherine Matthias
  • Little Rabbit Lost by Harry Horse
  • The Blue Balloon by Mick Inkpen
  • Emily’s Balloon by Komako Sakai
  • Mathilda and the Orange Balloon by Randal de Seve

I tried to find a good preschool age balloon book for each color that we learned, but only found a few.  I found some more on Amazon, but the library didn’t have them and I don’t like to post books that we haven’t actually read.  If you know of any good preschool balloon books about a specific color  balloon (that I don’t have in the list above already) let me know.  Thanks!IMG_4961

Colors Unit Study

Day 1: Red

Day 2: Yellow

Day 3: Blue

Day 4: Green

Day 5: Purple

Day 6: Orange

Day 7: Rainbow

Day 8: Black

Day 9: Brown

Day 10: White

Day 11: Gray

Day 12: Pink

Day 13: Review