PrestoBingo Colors

Open children's eyes to the wonderful world of colors with a fun interactive game. From red, blue, and green to garnet, sapphire, and chartreuse, this resource engages young students in learning about all sorts of different colors.

Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts 34 Views 9 Downloads
CCSS: Adaptable
App Overview

After opening this easy-to-use app, users are given the choice between the three levels listed below. Once a level is selected children are shown a series of screens with different colored butterflies, balls, robots, fish, and gifts boxes as they try to correctly identify the objects of a specific color. The difficulty increases with each level, starting with basics and progressing to dozens of interesting colors. Children are free to take their time completing each round and the levels can be replayed endlessly, offering hours of colorful fun for your youngsters.

Level 1: red, blue, green, orange, yellow, white, gray, black, pink, purple

Level 2: lime, violet, peach, teal, navy, lemon, mint, magenta, plum, scarlet, beige, ivory, olive, pumpkin, maroon, goldenrod, burgundy, canary, turquoise, charcoal, gold, royal blue, indigo

Level 3: periwinkle, aubergine, puce, crimson, tangerine, marigold, cranberry, rose, dove, pistachio, thistle, garnet, sapphire, amethyst, apricot, ecru, mauve, chartreuse, vermilion, cerulean, taupe, ochre, fuchsia, cinnamon, celadon, slate, saffron, avocado 

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Rating Details

  • Adherence to task
  • Worth the money
  • Fun factor
  • Scaffolding of learning
  • User safety
  • Control and feedback
  • How techie do I need to be?
    Novice
Instructional Ideas

  • Offer this resource as a learning center activity in primary grade classrooms
  • Use this game to engage children in an elementary art lesson on colors
  • Add this digital resource to a list of suggested apps that parents can use at home with their young children
Classroom Considerations

  • This app can easily be used on shared mobile devices, even though the option is not available to set up multiple accounts
Pros

  • The word for each color is displayed on the screen and spoken aloud in the verbal directions
  • The number of objects correctly identified is shown on the screen, supporting children with learning to count
  • No advertisements are included in the app
Cons

  • None