Colors Flashcards, Games, and Worksheets

These two free sets of Color flashcards have all the colors that kids love, including shades and metallic colors. Together, there are 16 colors that you can use in your next EFL/ESL lesson.

What’s more, we have color BINGO Cards, game cards, and even color word search worksheets for your class. We have a ton of fun materials! Scroll down to see the vocabulary, the various sizes, and the free supplementary activities.

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Free Fun Colors Flashcards and Worksheet Downloads

Since we’ve got so many colorful flashcards and worksheets, it only makes sense to have materials dedicated to colors! Our color flashcards are available in a range of sizes, and they go perfectly with our game cards, game sheets and worksheets. There’s no limit to the games and productive activities that you can play using our color BINGO cards and word search worksheets.

Do your kids need to brush up on the colors? We can recommend the song “Colors and Colors” to practice both the names of many colors and how to use them to describe things.

Color Flashcards (Set 1 & Set 2)

Here’s a list of words that are in these two free flashcards download packs:

Flashcards Set 1: red, orange, green, yellow, blue, purple, pink, brown

Flashcards Set 2: black, white, silver, gold, gray, sky blue, light green, dark green




Large Flashcards (Set 1)

Large Flashcards (Set 2)

Medium Flashcards (Set 1)

Medium Flashcards (Set 2)




 Small Flashcards (Set 1 & Set 2)

ESL/EFL Game Cards (Horizontal & Vertical Orientation)

Free ESL/EFL Games (BINGO & Snake Race)

 

Everyone loves BINGO, and with 10 different cards in the set, they’re great for small to medium-sized classes. For bigger classes, we like to have students circle 4 (or 5) of their favorite words and play BINGO as usual. If all the circled words are called, then the students can say “BINGO” even if their words aren’t in a line.

Snake Race is our original game like Snakes and Ladders, but easier. It’s great for ESL/EFL students, and you only need dice and place markers (like erasers or magnets). Just roll the dice, count as you move along the snake, and say the word you land on. If you’re lucky and land on a “Roll again” spot, you can try one more time. But if you’re unlucky, you might have to go back a couple of spaces. More advanced students can ask and answer questions related to colors such as, “Do you like green?” or “Are bananas red?”

Free English Word Search Worksheets

Need more free ESL/EFL English resources to use with your free flashcards?

We recommend the free ESL/EFL English curriculum provided by BINGOBONGO Learning.

FREE phonics program worksheets

Now that you have high-quality flashcards, games, and activities for your lessons, why not take your curriculum to the next level? Add student profile cards, curriculum cards, more great free worksheets, ESL kids songs, videos, and even free digital flashcards to plan exciting English lessons in no time at all.