Print and fold this little booklet (instructions here) for the colour black. Children can practise writing the word and then identify the objects that should be coloured black and colour them in. Build up a collection of all the colours!
Learning about the colour black with the little ones? We've got printables and colouring pages to help, here.
Is a pig black? A bat? Or a penguin? Children can have fun identifying the right pictures to colour black, then tracing the word to get familiar with it.
Younger children can shade in this black kite colouring page, or splodge on some black paint! Older children might prefer to trace or colour in the letters of the word "black" and then look for, or draw, a picture of something black beneath the word.
Here's a fun way to learn to write and spell the word BLACK. Trace the letters on this worksheet with your child's forefinger. When they are confident of the correct formation, move on to a pencil. Then colour the spider in black!
This handwriting worksheet for the word "black" starts with finger tracing, then provides guided dotted letters, then dotted letters and finally space for writing the word unassisted.
One of our set of "splat" colour posters, this one is for black. They look great cut out and displayed in the art area or around the classroom.
There are all sorts of "things" for the children to colour black on this black things colouring page - including a penguin, a witch, a blackbird and a badger!
Kids can trace the letters of the word "black" and then choose a black crayon or pencil to colour in the funny spider on this worksheet.