This is the tenth set in the Romping & Roaring Color Word Packs. The word color word pack is black.
Each of these packs are full of ways that kids can work on their color words. I put some of our favorite activities into these packs.
This pack is the 10th of 11 color word packs. The full set of the Romping & Roaring Color word packs has 11 color words packs that have 21 pages of activities for each color word. Plus there are over 300 pages of extras that included a Crayon Themed Pack, Easy reader Books, wall cards and more. They each work perfectly together help kids learn their color words.
These packs are made so you can use what pages work best for your child or classroom. I like having flexible in what we use. We might use all the pages one time and only a few pages another time. Plus these make great review of color words as well.
If you don’t want to wait once a month for the Romping & Roaring Color Word Packs to come out you can buy it my Teachers Pay Teachers Store.
Another option is to just buy the full Romping & Roaring Color Pack Black set buy itself. You can buy it at my Teachers Pay Teachers stores.
Each pack has 21 pages of printables for each color word. Here is a list of what you will find in each pack:
- Prewriting Trace the Lines
- Playdough Mat
- Playdough Mat with Tracing & Writing
- Color by Letter Black
- Dot the Word Black
- Dot the Word Black with Tracing
- Color, Trace & Write the Word
- Black Coloring Page
Selling Sets Only:
- Follow Black through the Word Path
- 3 Part Cards
- Pocket Chart Cards
- Trace the Word
- Write the Word
- Small Reading Book in Color and Black & White
- Small Reading Book in Color and Black & White with tracing
- Black Word Puzzles
- Black Tile Word
Here are some things we plan on using with this Romping & Roaring Color Word Packs:
If you don’t want to wait for the Romping & Roaring Color Word Packs out each month, plus want all the pages, easy reader books and a Color themed pack you can get it all for $20. There is over 700 pages of activities for kids to use to learn their color words.
Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com