Color Matching Printables for Toddlers

Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
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Kids are naturally drawn to colors, which is why simple color matching activities are usually a hit with young children. Toddlers who are learning about colors will love these hands-on activities using pom poms, pouch caps, playdough balls, or anything round and colorful that you have at home.

These free printable activities are great for fine motor skills, visual discrimination practice, learning colors, patterns, and even to practice counting and letters!

Here is what I have included:
 
-Make a House
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
 
-Make a Fish
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
-Flowers
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
-Car
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
 
-Counting/Number Quantity
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
 
-Complete the Patterns
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
 
-Blank: Create your own!
This one can be used to make anything you might think of such as letters, numbers, or any other picture or pattern. We used it to practice the letter M - see picture below.
 
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers
 
I hope you enjoy them and I would love to hear about what you did with the blank page - leave me a comment!
 

Download your Free Color Matching Printables for Toddlers

If you don't have pouch caps, don't worry! These printables work GREAT with pom poms. You can buy them at any craft store, or use my affiliate link below:
 

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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

6 comments:

  1. Thanks great idea for pouch tops!!

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  2. How fun! I love the creative ways to reuse the pouch lids for learning games!

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  3. Ooh, I've been saving those little baby food caps for something, but I didn't know what. This is a great idea! (Stopping in from The Mommy Club Link-up.)

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  4. Been saving these forever . . . time to put them to use! Thanks!

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