Simple Feather Color Sorting Playdough Activity
Whenever playdough is involved, my girls enjoy the activity so much!
This activity was really simple to put together and only required 3 simple items.
Items you probably already have at home.
I used colour dough for this activity by adding the playdough rainbow and feathers into an empty ice cube tray.
I’ll go more into detail on how you can make this simple playdough learning activity work for learning about colors, sorting…
I’ll also share some fun toddler color activities and preschool color activities.
Related: Looking for how to make homemade playdough? Check this post out right here!
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Easy peasy, eh?
How do you introduce birds to preschoolers
How do you teach birds?
You can try a simple playdough activity such as this one!
It involves feathers but also involves a bit of early learning and educational play.
Here’s how we made this simple sort colors activity:
Add playdough into your empty ice cube tray.
Then, add your feathers to the correct colored playdough!
Easy peasy 🙂
This play-doh colors game cannot get any easier.
You can even decorate the front and add a fun bird face by using a cardboard cutout.
Rainbow playdough activities that incorporate a bit of learning through play is so much fun!
This can also work as just a fun set of color activities for toddlers.
Then, you can feel the softness of the feathers and talk about how birds have feathers too!
What activities can you do with preschoolers
Preschoolers are such a fun age to teach.
Here are some activities and tools you can try for teaching preschoolers:
Bird activities for preschoolers like the one we tried with this feather activity!
Color activities for preschoolers
Alphabet activities for preschoolers
Counting activities for preschoolers
Shape activities for preschoolers
What is a manipulative activity for preschoolers
A manipulative activity involves some sort of a loose part (such as a set of toys, or erasers, counting chips..) that work to incorporate a bit of open ended play for them to learn and play and create something epic.
For example, I have a sheet with the letter A on it.
The letter A is very big and takes up the entire sheet.
I want to learn about the letter A and I will do this by filling in the letter A spaces on the sheet with a manipulative such as a pom pom.
This involves a bit of learning through play because while the child is learning they’re playing!
Related: Looking for color lesson plans for toddlers? Here is an easy and fun printable that I made for my preschooler that some of the pages will work for older toddlers too!
Learning colors for 2 year olds
Color learning activities for toddlers can look like a simple color matching activity with their toys.
If you have foam letters of a variety of colors you can match the red with the red, the blue with the blue and so on and so forth.
Here are some Learning colors for toddlers games:
All play doh colors is also a fun way to explore colors. Making sure supervision is advised as toddlers may still be placing items in their mouth.
Toddler color learning games such as coloring and talking about the colors is another fun one.
Games to learn colors for toddlers are so much fun!
Have you incorporated any fun color games for toddlers? And, what did you try? Leave a comment below letting me know!
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