Color sorting with paper towel rolls.sticky tack colored paper towl rolls onto a window/wall. keep bowls underneath each roll. hv assorted pompoms in a large bowl/tray. hv child sort by droppg pompom into correct colored tube.
Fine motor activity, use kid tweezers to pick up pompoms and sort them into the same colored paper towel tube
colour activities for kids ADD SOME MOVEMENT - You can place the pompoms down on the floor or up on a table so that your child has to move up and down to get them to first place in the tube, and then to retrieve out of the bowl.
Color sorting with paper towel rolls and can use with painted noodles
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Sorting Colors with Cardboard Tubes--this website has lots of great ideas for preschool fun! Could be fun with cardboard tubes and acorns and numbered baskets for a fall sorting activity.
I HEART CRAFTY THINGS: Valentine's Day Activity Trays (Fine Motor, Numbers, Counting, Sorting Name Recognition). This activity meets ELS Physical Development Standards/fine motor domain for and children and ECERS-R fine motor subscale.
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cute for a class party -- Valentines Day Pom Pom Sorting -- color toilet paper tubes. kids have to use chopsticks to drop pom poms in the tubes. give them a minute to win it!
I HEART CRAFTY THINGS: Valentine's Day Activity Trays (Fine Motor, Numbers, Counting, Sorting Name Recognition)
Colour Recognition & Sorting Also great for Fine Motor Development and Hand Eye Co-ordination
Colored popsicle sticks in old can or takeout container
Sorting different colored popsicle stick into a container that has specific sup outs of the same color holes will require the child to see the desired slots as well as focusing where the hands should place the popsicle sticks.
All else you would need is popsicle sticks and let the kids put the popsicle stick in the right slot.
Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can!
Appropriate for ages Move objects one at a time from one group or container to another. Gather small collections of objects without counting. For the Love of Learning: DIY Color Recognition & Sorting Learning Activities