Colors are widely used in everyday life, and they have an important impact on the development of emotions, productivity, learning, and behaviors. For kids, colors can easily catch their attention, stimulate their brain development, and help their learning. At 8 months, babies begin to notice bright colors. At around 18 months old, babies start to differentiate colors. By the age of 3, kids could fully understand the meanings of colors and name different colors. Learning colors is an important early education for kids. It lays the foundation for later academic success and daily practical use, such as recognizing safety signs, building descriptive vocabulary, sorting and classifying objects, and so on.
This worksheet provides an exercise for sorting objects by colors. The colors are yellow, green, red, blue, and orange. The sheet contains many objects with different colors, such as bird, ladybug, flower, sun, flag, heart, cheese, apple, banana, tree, and so on. Parents can firstly introduce the colors to their kids, and then ask kids to sort the objects by colors. It is also helpful to cut out the objects one by one, so your kids can move them around easily. This is a useful exercise for parents to assist their kids in learning colors.