Color matching is one of those early learning skills that children learn by playing and exploring the environment around them. We can help them by providing lots of opportunities for learning with these color matching activities and resources.
We have lots of free printables on our Freebies page that you can download and print at home. This Flower Playdough Mat is great fun if your child loves playdough. You can also use these Color Matching Cards with playdough or buttons, even pompoms! You can make your own colored dots using a glue gun, see how HERE.
Use beads, with a theme if you wish, and colored pipecleaners to thread on and work those fine motor skills like this Spring Matching activity. Small beads, buttons or mini pompoms work those skills too like these Butterfly and also this Robots matching worksheets. Also see these Fish and Monster ones.
Using LEGO is a fun way to reinforce color recognition while playing. Try this LEGO Dumping game or this LEGO Color Match activity.
Use jelly beans(or any other colored candy) plus a container box to sort the candy according to color. A great reward after the activity is- you can eat the candy!
Match the color popsicle sticks to the popsicles and read the color names too with this Popsicles Color Matching busy bag.
Your toddlers will love this Dinosaur Egg Matching Page or this toy made from Bottle Tops.
Do you have a child that loves coloring? Print this Unicorn Spin & Color pages and get coloring!
Make sure you check out our Match the Colors Bundle where you will find 15 Color Matching themed printables!
So many fun color matching activities and resources for you to explore!
Leave a Reply