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These felt popsicles are perfect for learning and practicing colors. Each colored stick matches one felt "popsicle". The sticks slide in and out of the bottom of the popsicles.

This activity focuses on color matching and fine motor skills. Kids need to match the egg to the correct color egg shell, and stuff it in and close the egg.  http://www.facebook.com/buybusybags

This activity focuses on color matching and fine motor skills. Kids need to match the egg to the correct color egg shell, and stuff it in and close the egg. Busy bags are little self-contained educational activities that are easy to pack or pull o.

A great homemade game you can make for your kids to help them learn colors and matching skills!

Color matching game for your preschooler - learn colors, matching/sorting, and fine motor skills by latonya

10 in a Bed from EllieAndAbbie "(This project is really easy. Just use a stiff white envelope for the bed. Then glue felt onto the envelope for the blanket. I got the idea from this book: Kathy Ross Crafts: Numbers)"

10 in a Bed from EllieAndAbbie "(This project is really easy. Just use a stiff white envelope for the bed. Then glue felt onto the envelope for the blanket. I got the idea from this book: Kathy Ross Crafts: Numbers)" FOR USE IN BASIC MATH

Color Match Game {Busy Bag Idea} - simple, could mix up the items or create a travel game with it - could adapt the game to teach other concepts like patterns as well

Color Match Game {Busy Bag Idea

Color Match Game {Busy Bag Idea} - simple, could mix up the items or create a travel game with it - could adapt the game to teach other concepts like patterns as well- maybe this could be in a quiet book

DIY pre k center materials fine motor skills and color recognition/matching

toddler “busy bag” swap!

Color matching with paint swatches - along with lots of other toddler activities - Toddler "busy bag" swap!

Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity - need foam and popsicle sticks.... could probably make fancier too....

Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity. Five friends were playing in the park. Now it's time to go home. But who's house is whose? Children can match the colored popsicle stick people to their matching colored homes

Brighten up your garden with this whimsical painted flagstone color matching game using natural items. Great for keeping toddlers occupied while you work in the garden!

Outdoor Color Matching for Toddlers

Outdoor Color Matching for Toddlers from Twodaloo. I might paint the rocks more natural colors and have the kids find natural items that match!

Popsicle color match game

Busy Bag Exchange Part 3 :: Second Story Window (Popsicle Stick Color Match shown)

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