Preschool Printables Color Game

Preschool Printables Color Game

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I’m so excited to share this game with you today, I think it’s super adorable and your kids are going to LOVE it!

It’s called Catch a Rainbow, and it can be played with up to eight players. (or an entire class if you print more color circles)

The printable game is available free on File Folder Fun and it couldn’t be simpler to set up.

First print and laminate your circles.

If you don’t have a laminator, I recommend using cardstock.

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Second cut out your playing circles.  We own this 1 1/2 inch circle punch, it’s just the right size for the games on File Folder Fun and it cuts through laminated paper with ease. Though I might be dulling my blade doing so, I’d much rather use the circle punch then hand cut all these little circles out.  What else can you use a circle punch for?  Think scrapbooking, confetti, gift tags on presents….ect.

 

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Finally, just turn all the cards over, or put them in a basket if you have little peekers and play!

Children take turns drawing a card and placing it on their board, first one to Catch a Rainbow wins!

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If you want to spice things up a bit you can write numbers on the back of the circles and children can roll a die to pick a card.

Even harder you can write small math equations on the back and children must solve or roll the answer before they choose it.

And in case you’re wondering what all the Brown, Black, Gray and White circles are for, check this out:

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Catch a Color Wheel!

This game can be played the same way and  is available for free on File Folder Fun as well!

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While your there be sure to check out all of our Free Circle Punch File Folder Games, they make set-up a breeze!

Find more Preschool File Folder Games

Find more Kindergarten File Folder Games

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  • Susie Price Reply

    This is really neat, wish I had it when I was teaching my preschool kiddos. Great Idea!

    October 15, 2014 at 6:47 am

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