Color Match File Folder Game Download

Color Match File Folder Game Download
You'll LOVE DJ's printable 'File Folder Games' for early education! Our 'Color Match' game gives you a cute, interactive way to teach basic colors & color word recognition. Download includes 20 darling picture cards to match to 10 different colors (2 per color). All you have to do is print, cut & glue to an empty file folder! Print our fun & brightly colored version... or let the kids COLOR the game pieces themselves on a black & white print-out! Kids will enjoy this game at school, in classroom centers, or for learning fun at home. See below for game sample & larger image. (djid369)

All pages are included as 8.5"x11" .jpg files, in both color and black & white (at 300 dpi for better printing results). Cover, folder labels & instructions included.

Once a download is purchased, the download link will be sent to your email (valid 72 hours). It will also be available on your checkout invoice.

Created by Brandy Fitz (winner of DJ's Back to School teacher contest 2012). Art & fonts © Dianne J Hook.
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Price: $2.99
(Digital Download)
Download Size: 4.56MB

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Svtaj
    "Fun activity for those learning their colors!!"
  • Author: Kalynn B.
    "Bought this for my son! He loves practicing matching his colors. :)"
  • Author: Cheryl F.
    "Perfect for my special education students. "
  • Author: Halicia B.
    "Very nice file folder game. Kids love it, Can be used during whole group, centers, or independent task. "
  • Author: Jennifer L.
    "Great for seat work. Easy for the students to complete without help."
  • Author: Kim S.
    "Love having this addition to our file folder games. The kids love it!"
  • Author: Jessica H.
    "Easy to print and construct. Thank you"
  • Author: Shelly B.
    "My students loved this resource. Thank you."
  • Author: Erika G.
    "This is a great activity to use in ECSE! I made it into a file folder game and my students love it!"
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