We all have our tricks for getting our toddlers through the grocery store. A baggy of goldfish and a sippy of juice is my personal favorite. Today required a little extra creativity, so while looking for chalkboard paint in Walmart's paint aisle, I grabbed a handful of paint chips for A to
The Dutchboy paint swatches at Walmart come with square cut-outs, so when we got home I ran a ribbon through the holes to create a simple and free color book. I might glue pictures of colored items to the back of the cards, but at the moment this 5-second swatch book is the new favorite toy.
I also found at Walmart this great color book: Flaptastic Colors
You gotta love a flap book that's impossible to rip off the flaps! Each page of this board book opens up (in a different direction) to reveal the answer to the question...
... and show more examples of that color.
It's got a great color scheme and a clean design; I even like their font choices. If you're looking for a simple board book to introduce colors, I'd recommend checking this one out.