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Easy DIY Color Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Raise your hand if you love color projects for kids?
Colors are just so much fun!
These color games for toddlers and preschoolers that I’m about to delve into are so easy to set up!
You will be amazed at how simple this is and it requires household items only.
That’s right – household items only!
You definitely do not need to have these amazing little bears.
You can improvise with toys your little already has!
I’ll be sharing below how simple this activity was to put together, some easy color matching games for kids and more.
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Duct Tape (We this colorful set right here)
Large Colorful Buttons for Learning
If you are using a one color duct tape, that is okay! In fact you can improvise with it a lot more! Here are some ideas:
Write the color name onto it. Then, match letter magnets to the letters.
Draw different colored circles on it. Then, match pom poms to the circles.
Color Matching Activities for Toddlers
And, not only will they work for toddlers, these can work as a fun set of DIY preschool activities!
Both ages are practicing colors and what a fun thing!
But, we’ll get into preschool and a more advanced approach they can try in a bit.
For now, let’s talk about toddlers and colors. 🙂
Color Matching Games for Toddlers
Toddlers can practice on their pincer grasp skills by picking up a toy and placing it on the tape line.
That is if they are using their index finger and thumb only.
Even if they use their whole hand, placing it onto the tape line will also allow for the benefit of fine motor skills!
What an amazing game for learning about colors while receiving benefits!
Some fun colour matching activities can be:
Matching the colorful learning toys to the correct tape like we did.
Creating patterns by placing two of each colored tape and learning about colors in a skipping way.
Coloring in different colored circles onto the tape as mentioned above this post and matching them with pom poms.
Create a set of DIY color games (almost like that old school game, Candy Land) for a fun toddler games colors activity!
These will allow for toddler learning colors activities to take place in an effective and easy way!
Colour Activities for 2 year olds
Color Activities for Toddlers are so much fun!
There are many ways to go about learning colour activities for 2 year olds and one of them is by incorporating arts and crafts!
Color crafts toddlers is a fun way to make art and learn colors.
Colour crafts for toddlers
Here are some color crafts toddlers can try out:
Toddler Color Activity
Colour Sorting Activities for a fun art masterpiece!
Toddlers will have fun creating a fun art and craft while learning about colors!
When do toddlers learn colors?
Toddlers can learn colors all around them each and everyday!
When you take a trip to the grocery store, talk about the colors you see!
Play toddler color games by talking about how red that tomato sauce container looks.
Toddlers learn in an incredibly quick manner and absorb all things around them like a sponge.
If they’re not communicating it, you better believe they’re thinking about it and learning about it in every instance they come across it.
Toddler color games
Toddlers can learn about colors by adding different colored pieces of tape onto a table as we did.
Then, take colorful pom poms or large colorful buttons and match them onto the correct colored tape.
As they match them, name the color name out loud.
Matching, playing and learning incorporated into one will allow for quick and effective learning about colors.
Color games for preschoolers
Are you looking for color games for preschoolers?
There are many fun color games you can try with preschoolers.
Teaching colors isn’t very hard and can be brought forth with items you probably already own.
For example, use playdough!
Playdough comes in all different colors.
You can even make play dough yourself at home
Lay a playdough of different colors out on the table.
Then as your preschooler plays with one color, talk about that color with them.
Playing while learning is a very effective way to learn rather quickly.
Perhaps you can even try a fun color matching game as mentioned above by creating 2 of each colored play dough ball and matching them or squishing the two that match.
For example, if you are learning about blue color activities for preschool, create many different blue balls of play dough and pinch them down while calling out their color name!
Shape and colour activities for preschool can also be incorporated.
I used our shape color buttons to not only match the colors onto the tape.
But, you can talk about the different shaped buttons as well!
Teaching Colours Activities doesn’t have to be hard.
You can teach about colors by using safe and kid friendly items all around you 🙂
I hope these DIY preschool activities and toddler activities for learning about colors were all very helpful!