October 20, 2019

Color Games

Today we have five new game ideas all about Colors. The first one is called the Four Corners Preschool Game. The second one is called the Feed The Shark Game. The third one is called the Mitten Matching Color Game. The fourth one is called the Run And Sort Color Game. And the last one is a video about Color Match Game. Enjoy!


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Four Corners Preschool Game
Summary

Activity:


Four Corners Preschool Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home 

Summary:


This perfectly simple preschool game about colors requires no prep, gets kids moving, and helps them practice colors and counting skills.

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Feed The Shark Game
Summary

Activity:


Feed The Shark Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Printable 

Summary:


I love coming up with activities that are fun and educational, which is why this cute shark color sorting game is perfect! It’s great for helping your toddler or preschooler grasp a variety of concepts, and have fun while they’re doing it!

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Mitten Matching Color Game
Summary

Activity:


Mitten Matching Color Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Printable


Summary:


Are your young children learning their colors? Set up this fun Mitten Matching Color Game to learn colors AND develop fine motor skills too! This fun and easy to set-up Mitten Matching Color Game is a great way to help kids practice matching colors.

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Run And Sort Color Game
Summary

Activity:


Run And Sort Color Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home but may require purchases


Summary:


You will love that this color sorting game combines fine and gross motor skills to get up and moving.The running back and forth is being used for gross motor development, which is helping strengthen the large muscles of their body. The movement also stimulates brain development!

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Color Match Game
Summary

Activity:


Color Match Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home

Summary:


Match the balls using tongs in this fine motor colour game for toddlers and preschoolers.

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