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Colour sorting activity



What is it

Sorting objects of different colours into different coloured jars



Teaching Objectives

  • Identifying colours

  • Identifying the colour of an object

  • Matching the colour of the object to the colour of the jar


How to use

  • Print out all the pages. Cut out each object (last 3 pages)

  • Give your child one object to match at a time. Progress to sorting 3 to 4 objects at a time if your child is able to.

  • Optional: laminate and add velcro on the jars and objects for repeated use.



Teaching tips

  • Generalise by using other objects or pictures around the house.

  • Ask your child “What colour is the apple?” or “Which object is red?”

  • Increase or reduce the number of jars or objects according to your child’s level.




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