We love flip books at our house and they make learning fun!
Are you looking for ways to teach colors to kids? Using a flip book is an awesome way to do this.
I created this printable to help make learning colors easy and fun for kids (and parents).
This is what your flip book will look like when it is done.
Let me show you how to make it.
- teach colors to kids flip book printable <<——- click to print
- color printer
- loose leaf ring
- scissors or paper cutter
- hole puncher
- laminating machine, optional
Print the pages out and use a paper cutter or scissors to cut each card.
There are two pages on a card to preserve paper.
If you’re going to laminate them, do it AFTER you cut the cards. I did not have any laminating sheets and did not have time to run these over to our local office supply store.
Laminating them will defiantly make them last longer. I laminated our alphabet flip book and have been very pleased with it.
Next, grab a hole puncher and the loose leaf ring.
Use the hole puncher to put one hole in the top left corner of each card.
Ensure the holes line up for each card.
Use the ring and add each card to the ring one at a time.
Now you can flip through each color and say them aloud.
You can also spell each color as the name of the color is written under the crayon.
When you assemble the flip book you can put the cards in any order you want.
And now you have a flip book that will help you teach colors to kids!
This is perfect for parents, homeschool families and preschool and early education teachers!
More Educational Resources:
- Teach Colors to Kids in Spanish
- Alphabet Flip Book for Preschoolers
- Letter of the Week Crafts
- Books Children Must Read
- Hand Print Art for the Alphabet
- Handwriting Practice for Kids