Print the worksheets about colours and complete the exercises to help you practise your English!
Play some word games to learn and practise colours vocabulary.
Print a set of colours flashcards, or print some for you to colour in and write the words!
What's your favourite colour? Colours can sometimes have special meanings. Red can sometimes make us feel angry, yellow can make us feel happy and blue can make us feel sad. Do colours have a special meaning in your culture?
Practise colours with this traditional song about rainbows.
Do you like jokes? Click 'Help' if you need help to understand this joke!
Billy and Splodge are in a spaceship visiting lots of colourful planets. What will they discover? Watch and find out!
Print the rainbow picture, read the sentences and colour it in!
Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
There are colours all around us, but for some people, it's not easy to see the difference between them. In this video, Marcus explains what it's like to be colour-blind.
English courses for children aged 6-17