Color Matching Activity

We’re moving in a week and I came upon an activity we did a while back that we absolutely adored.

IMG 5492 300x225 Color Matching ActivityFREE paint samples from the hardware store.

IMG 5493 300x225 Color Matching ActivityUsing the sticker samples allowed me to wrap the color around the clothespin for easy matching.

IMG 5494 300x225 Color Matching ActivityClothespins are a great fine motor skill developmental tool.

IMG 5495 300x225 Color Matching ActivityI presented the activity to my son pointing the each color & demonstrating how to choose & then pin.

IMG 5496 300x225 Color Matching ActivityNot only do the children get matching and sorting work, they also get to work fine motor skills.

IMG 5497 300x225 Color Matching ActivityPlus the colors were pretty.

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  1. Such a clever idea and I love how easy it is to make. I just have to say everytime I visit your blog it makes me happy. The color, design, layout and ideas are wonderful! Vicky from
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  2. How fun! And I completely agree … the colors are very pretty! I also LOVE how the activity incorporates fine motor skills too!

    Thanks so much for sharing this FAB idea on this week’s Kids Co-Op linky!
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  3. Love it! Thank you for linking up!


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