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Easter egg matching game Maybe even with something retreating with the letter inside

pretty matching game with scrapbook paper. (would be awesome to do this on scrabble tiles and put them into an altoids tin for traveling)

This would be a good idea for a countdown calendar - colored fabric on one side and numbers on the other side to be flipped as you count down. For holidays you can make it holiday themed cloth

Sticky Paper Colour Matching Game...a fun and frugal activity for toddlers as they explore the beginnings of colour recognition and matching!

Write letters on tube and on stickers; kids have to match the stickers to the letters on the tube.

TODDLER TIME ACTIVITY: POPSICLE STICK COLOR MATCH: The popsicle sticks have the color labeled on both ends of one side (written in the corresponding color for a hint) and the other side is labeled with the color and a colored swatch of the corresponding color for another hint. I punched a peek-a-boo hole in my pouches so that it would be even easier to see if the color was correct.

paint chip color-matching activity ~ Simply grab two matching paint chips, cut one up and glue each color to a clothespin while keeping the other intact. The idea is to mix them all up and then hand them over to your kiddo to match up again.

Fun memory game..popsicles. I used this idea for a Christmas gift for my 3 year old niece although I didn't use popsicle shapes. Just different scrapbook paper prints on one side and laminated with contact paper.