Colours Sorting

Colours Sorting

You will be surprised to know that children start recognizing  different colours in the early age of 18 months and at the same time children also start to notice similarities and differences in shape, size, and texture.

But it will be a while longer before they are able to name the colors; most children can name at least one color by age 3.

It is a great activity to develop fine motor control, coordination, concentration and learning about colours.

Sorting and Matching colours is simple to set up and will arouse any child’s curiosity to play and have fun.

Lets see how can you conduct colour matching activity with simple techniques:

Parental Involvement: Low

Duration: 10 mins

Skills Acquired:

a. Cognition of colours
b. Finer motor skills
c. Focus and Concentration

Materials:

a. Coloured  Cupcake Liners
b. Pom Poms
c. Tongs

How to play:

Activity 1
a. Allow the child to put matching pom poms in respective cup cake liners
b. Let your child use the tong to grab the pom poms and release it to place in cupcake liner

Activity 2
let your child sort the Pom Poms according to size, from small to big and big to small

 

Now as you know how to sort colours, its time to learn different patterns with our Curious Colourful Sticks 

Curious Colorful Sticks

 

11 thoughts on “Colours Sorting”

  1. A very easy and important activity for the toddlers. Fun learning is the key of life long memory .One should definitely try colour sorting activity as mentioned in the blog above. Thank you Jumpstart !!

  2. It is so interesting to know, we can do so many activities at home with the resources which are easily available at home. Thank you jumpstart.

  3. What a fun way to help children recognize and learn colours. Early identification of colors helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words. Great activity suggested Jumpstart, thank you.

  4. Interesting way to develop fine motor skill, colour recognition through a fun way for preschoolers. Very simple to execute. Thank you Jumpstart team for sharing this innovative activity.

  5. It’s really simple and great activity to develop concentration and fine motor skills in children.
    Thank you Jumpstart for sharing this amazing activity idea.

  6. Very simple and interesting activity to teach the children colours in a fun way.
    Nice technique.
    Thanks for sharing

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