Sorting Colors looks like a lot of fun!

Color Toss Activity (with Video!)

Minne-Mama: Color Sorting Toss Activity (with Video!) - Use ball pit balls or bean bags. (I would probably put something around each hole to keep the different colors separate).

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Such a festive way to develop visual discrimination skills, pattern matching, logic and reasoning and more. I love how colorful and simple this activity is for the kids.

Thought this was a good idea to keep all the colors color cordinated and organized! And if they happen to get mixed up, well the student who finishes early or the one who needs something to do can organize them for you! 4309

Ship Shape First Grade: Management, Crayons, and some Freebies! Thought this was a good idea to keep all the colors color cordinated and organized! And if they happen to get mixed up, well the student who finishes early or the one who needs something to d

How to Teach Children About Colors

Teaching Children About Colors! When you are teaching children about colors, it is important to provide hands-on learning games and activities.

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I made this really cool game that they LOVED doing! I used sharpies to color the clothespins and turned pipe cleaners into a loop. They then matched the correct color loop and pinned on the clothespin (Cool Crafts With Pipe Cleaners)

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