Colors are everywhere, and they are the most noticeable attributes of the world around us. We use colors as one powerful visual tool to perceive information from outside. Kids start to differentiate colors when they are around 18 months old. Most kids are able to fully understand the meanings of colors and name different colors by age 3. The ability to recognize and name colors is considered a cognitive milestone for kids. It lays the foundation for later academic success and daily practical use.
This worksheet demonstrates a few colorful paint splats to introduce the common colors. The colors include red, yellow, blue, green, pink, purple, white, orange, gray, brown, and black. Learning colors could be tough for kids as it is an abstract concept. With the help of this worksheet, kids could easily distinguish different colors by comparing the splats.