Color Learning Games for Kids
Color matching is an important skill to learn during the preschool year. Students learn visual discrimination skills while sorting these colorful pictures. Each colors bingo mat includes 6 different cute and colorful pictures for children to sort. These games would be great for home preschool or as a learning center in your preschool classroom.
Learn Your Colors Game
This free color learning game includes 8 different color sorting mats:
- Red Sorting Mat
- Orange Sorting Mat
- Yellow Sorting Mat
- Green Sorting Mat
- Blue Sorting Mat
- Purple Sorting Mat
- Pink Sorting Mat
- Brown Sorting Mat
Printable Bingo Game Assembly:
Print the boards and picture tiles on cardstock. If desired, laminate for durability. Cut out each game board as ONE PIECE. Cut apart each picture tile. You should have eight game boards and 48 picture tiles when you finish.
How to Play Color Bingo Game:
This game can be played with 2-8 players. Each player should choose a board and find the tiles that match his or her board. Turn those tiles over and mix them up. The first player should draw a picture tile from the pile. If the picture matches the player’s board, the player keeps the tile and puts it on his board. If it does not match, the player puts it back into the pile. The next player gets a turn. The game is continued in this way until one player has found all six of his or her tiles and wins the game.
Preschool Busy Bags
Here’s a quick storage tip that will make things super simple for you: Store the entire game in a large plastic bag. Then when you are needing something to keep your preschooler busy you’ll have a quick educational game you can pull out. This color sorting busy bag can be used as a single player game by having your child spread out the boards then draw a card one at a time to match.
Print this free Color match sorting game! Remember to print on cardstock or laminate for durability:
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