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If it’s time to teach colors, snag this set of color lapbooks; your students will have a blast coloring, cutting, and sticking to create folders that can be reviewed and displayed.
What’s Included in the Color Lapbooks?
The file includes eleven different mini-lapbooks in basic colors.
Each lapbook contains the same set of activities:
Front of Lapbook
- child to color holding a crayon
- lines to trace
Inside the Lapbook
- ice cream cone to color
- clothes/character to color
- color word (add yarn, torn paper, tissue paper, puff paint, glitter, or color it)
- “I Spy” a _______ (flipbook with objects to color)
- objects to trace and color
- five senses flapbook with objects to color, cut, and paste under the flaps
- a frame with space for your student to draw and color an object
Colors Lapbook Assembly
The assembly for these color lapbooks is different than other lapbooks. You do not need a file folder. You start with a piece of cardstock. Print the first two pages of the lapbook on the front AND back of the piece of cardstock.
You’ll fold the piece of cardstock like a lapbook. Print the other two pages (I did not use cardstock for these pages.), and use them to create the two mini-books that will need added to the cardstock.
How to Use the Color Lapbooks
- Gather the supplies you will need: cardstock (one piece per lapbook), crayons, markers, scissors, glue, and yarn (or whatever else you decide you’ll need to make the lapbook).
- After you download the file, choose one of the lapbooks to print.
- Print the first two pages of the color lapbook onto a piece of cardstock (print double-sided).
- Fold the piece of cardstock like a mini-lapbook.
- Determine how many activities you’ll have your student complete each day, and learn all about colors!
Buy the Color Mini-Lapbooks
You can buy the lapbook set here, or you can head to the shop to check out more details before you buy.
More Colors Activities and Printables
Are you looking for more ways for your little learners to discover colors? Try these!