There are a million ways for toddlers and preschoolers to learn colors both in real life and with simple printables and activities. Here’s a collection of fun and simple Color Matching Activities for Kids that we’ve done and that I’ve written about over the years.
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This simple printable game is so much fun for my two-year-old: Bat Color Matching Game for Toddlers! Perfect for Halloween (non-scary!) or any time of the year!
Toddlers can learn and review colors with this printable Rainbow Pumpkin Color Matching Game! Simple, large cards and just a few matches, perfect for little hands and minds.
Practice your colors with this fun printable Color Matching Dominoes game! My toddler loved it, and it’s great for preschoolers, too.
Simple basic color circles printable to practice color recognition, color sorting, color words, etc. Great for different learning activities for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners.
Practicing color recognition is super fun with this cute printable Kids Color Matching Game for Toddlers! You can play three different versions matching colors or images.
Practice and review basic colors with this cute, printable Color Matching Car Park! Your toddler or preschooler is going to love it!
Everything rainbow bears gets my toddler’s attention immediately. He LOVED this super simple Rainbow Bear Matching Game I made from a color sorting printable I offer. Great for working on colors and color words in tot school!
A simple printable mat in rainbow bear colors – perfect for toddlers and preschoolers learning their colors, with or without using actual rainbow bears. Great for color sorting, learning color words, rainbow order, etc.
Does your toddler love matching and sorting? Play this fun and simple printable Dinosaur Matching Game for Toddlers that’s perfect for learning colors, dinosaur names, 1:1 correspondence, visual discrimination, and more!
Help your toddlers and preschoolers practice their colors with this cute printable Honey Bee Color Matching Game! Put the bees in rainbow colors in their matching beehive.
Practice colors with your toddlers or preschoolers and these cute Snowman Color Matching Clip Cards! Also great as a fine motor workout – what kid doesn’t love clothespins?
Practice colors and fine motor skills with these cute rainbow Christmas Tree Color Matching Clip Cards! Wonderful for preschoolers and toddlers learning their colors.
These simple puzzles for your toddler are perfect as an introduction to putting puzzles together and feature all of the colors of the rainbow: Christmas Tree 2-Piece Puzzles. (Day 13 of the 24 Christmas Printables for Toddlers.)
Get ready for Christmas with this super cute printable Santa Hat Color Matching Memory Game. You can start out with just a few matches for toddlers and preschoolers and work up to using all of the 40 matches or even double up for even more of a challenge for kindergarteners and elementary students.
Practice colors and fine motor skills with a Halloween theme and these cute Rainbow Eyeballs Color Matching Puzzles! Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
Practice color recognition, counting, number recognition, 1:1 correspondence, and more with this cute Color Kids I Spy Game! No prep and great for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade.
My toddler’s first totschool activity was color sorting with rainbow bears – and he’s in love with it! Super simple, but a fun and educational introduction to colors.
Learn colors and numbers with these simple 4-Piece Colorful Cars Number Puzzles for toddlers and preschoolers. Big pieces perfect for little hands!
Three ways of color sorting beads – a fun fine motor exercise!
Is your toddler or preschooler interested in learning his or her colors, numbers, letters, or sizes? This cute Feed the Shark Toddler and Preschool Bundle covers all of these learning objectives in a fun, hands-on way that little kids love! Includes labels for easy storage and task cards for suggested activities.
Help your toddler or preschooler learn his or her colors with these cute printable Crayon Color Matching Clip Cards! Great for color recognition and fine motor skills.
Does your toddler or preschooler love puzzles like mine does? These cute, printable 6-Piece Color Matching Puzzles provide a nice challenge for little puzzle masters while they’re working on identifying and sorting basic colors.
Practice colors with fun paper dolls using this cute printable Dress Up Kids Color Match! Yellow, blue, red, and green, perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
Learn about colors with this super simple, printable Rainbow Colors Board Game for toddlers and preschoolers! Includes a custom die.
Match the colors and put the eggs in the baskets with this cute printable Rainbow Easter Egg Color Matching Game for toddlers and preschoolers! (Day 1 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids series.)
Learn and practice color recognition with these cute printable Reindeer Color Matching Clip Cards! (Day 5 of 24 Days of Christmas Printables for Toddlers.)
Is your toddler ready to learn his or her colors? Try this fun and simple color sorting activity perfect for toddlers with colorful wooden blocks you already have at home!
24 Days of Christmas Printables – Day 8: Quick and simple Christmas color sorting! Toddlers and younger preschoolers will love it!
Quick and simple Easter egg color matching game for toddlers!
A super simple game to get your kid moving and reviewing colors.
Simple DIY color matching and fine motor game for toddlers using clothespins.
An introduction to letters and a color review for toddlers and preschoolers.
Color matching and size sorting with simple DIY felt candles.
Make a simple DIY color matching game with bottle caps for your toddler.
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