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Videos and songs to teach Pre-K kids about colors. We also have Nursery Rhymes that uses color words.

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Other Pre-K Lessons

Color Games


Learn Colors
red, blue, yellow, green, orange, pink, purple, brown, black, white, gray.


Colors Song
Red/Blue
Yellow/Green
Orange/Pink
Purple/Brown
Black/White





The Balloon Song (for learning colors)


Children's: Colors This children's video teaches kids to recognize colors



 

Children's: Colors 2


Colors - song for children




Colors Song for Children


I LOVE RED
Tune:  “Three Blind Mice”

I love red, I love red.
That’s what I said, that’s what I said.
Fireturcks, wagons and strawberries piled high.
Stop signs, hearts and pizza pies.
Roses, tomatoes and apples, oh my.
I love red.
That’s what I said.
                        Jean Warren


WE LOVE BLUE
Tune:  “Three Blind Mice”

We love blue.  We love blue.
Yes, we do.  Yes, we do.
We love the ocean and sky so blue.
We love blue ribbons and blue jeans, too.
We love blueberries, so good for you.
We love blue, yes we do.
                        Liz Ryerson


THERE’S A COLOR WE ALL KNOW
Tune:  “OLD MAC DONALD HAD A FARM”

There’s a color we all know,
G-R-E-E-N.
It’s the color that means “Go!”
G-R-E-E-N.
Oh, grass is green and lettuce is green,
Leaves and spinach and peas are green.
There’s a color we all know,
G-R-E-E-N.

WE LOVE ORANGE
Tune:  “Three Blind Mice”

We love orange, we love orange.
Yes we do, yes we do—
Crunchy carrots so good to eat,
Juicy oranges, oh so sweet,
Pumpkins ready for trick-or-treat.
Yes, we love orange.
                        Heather McPhail




 

WE LOVE PURPLE
Tune:  “Three Blind Mice”

We love purple, we love purple.
Yes, we do.  Yes, we do.
Purple grapes and eggplant,
Purple plums and grape juice,
Just for me, just for you.
                        Heather McPhail

I’M A LITTLE PIGGY
Tune: “I’m a Little Teapot”

I’m a little piggy
With a round pig nose.
I’m all pink
From my head to my toes.

Here’s my piggy tail,
As you can see,
It’s pink and curly
As it can be.
            Elizabeth Scofield


BAA, BAA BLACK SHEEP

Baa, baa black sheep.
Have you any wool?
Yes sir, yes sir, 
Three bags full.

One for the Master.
One for the Dane.
One for the little boy
Who lives down the lane.

SING FOR WHITE
Tune:  “Jingle Bells”

Sing for white, sing for white,
Let’s all sing for white.
Sing for eggs and sing for clouds,
Sing for snow so bright.

Sing for milk, sing for chalk,
Sing for cotton, too.
And sing for little polar bears,
That live down at the zoo.
                        Elizabeth Scofield

WHEN I WANT TO MAKE GRAY PAINT
Tune:  “Yankee Doodle”

When I want to make gray paint.
I take a paper cup.
Then I add some black and white
And stir the paint up.

Gray is now the paint I see,
In my little cup.
I think that I will paint today,
A lot of gray stuff!
                        Jean Warren





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