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7 fun ideas for teaching colors to kids through games, songs, sensory bins, and more!

Teaching colors to kids through everyday play

Teaching colors to kids through everyday play - 7 fun ideas for games, sensory bins, songs, and more that parents and teachers can use to help kids learn their

#Sorting -- What I love about this idea is that you can expand on it. What about creating an IG activity where you have a mission (ex: all of the zoo animals got out! We need to sort them and put them back!). This would get children and elders to sort the animals, as well as, start conversations about the zoo, going to the zoo, animals, what countries animals come from, etc!

Color Sorting And Fine Motor Skills {School At Home

Color sorting activity for two year old toddler.felt circles, or you could use bowls that are different colors and match appropriately too.

Chasing Cheerios: Clean Color Mixing

Chasing Cheerios: arts and crafts Clean color mixing- great for phonogram practice too!

Colour: Creating "colour bugs", Students can elaborate on these using materials...use for later activities in colour unit

Colour: Creating "colour bugs", Students can elaborate on these using materials.use for later activities in colour unit

Sort pom poms by color using muffin pan from the dollar store.

Add tongs for pom pom sorting I've been trying to decide on a good sorting task for my pom poms!- From: The Autism Tank: Work Task Tuesdays- Sorting by Color

Sensory for Preschoolers

Preschool Supplies for Back to School - Sensory and Fine Motor

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