Black Color Learning colors is often considered one of the first academic tasks that a child discovers, but who said the learning has to be boring!  Below are fun activities and ideas to help the child learn the color black without even realizing they are learning.


Free Black Posters:

Black Book
Black Fence
Black Mailbox
Black Tire
Black Truck

Black Activities:

- Paint or color the Bb Poster black.
- Glue black buttons on the Bb Poster.


Black Color Songs:

Tune:  Skip to My Lou (Adapted from Unknown Source)
Black, black ate a snack
Black, black ate a snack
Black, black ate a snack
Oh you silly colors.

Tune: Father Abraham
B-L-A-C-K, black (whisper) B-L-A-C-K, black (whisper)
B-L-A-C-K spells black
Night sky is black, car tires are black
B-L-A-C-K spells black

Books on Black:

My Black Book - The "My Color Books" each contain a title, a place for the child to declare authorship (write their name), four sentences and pictures to match, and the words "The End."  All of the sentences follow the "A/An/The ______ is _______."  The pictures guide the child in reading the book.  The books are created so that you can print them front and back and have six total pages per book.  These books are specifically used at the end of the 4 Year Curriculum.


Black Snacks and Foods:

- Black licorice
- Dark chocolate, brownies
- Black beans, black bean dip
- Black olives
- Blackberries


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