How to make simple Egg Carton Colour Sorting Game

You know that drawer full of little assorted items that don’t belong anywhere else? Lost buttons, broken wax crayons, hidden jelly beans … list can go on and on. Well, I’m not gonna tell you to declutter that drawer, but this little project will give purpose to many of those items.
Thanks to great idea from Education.com team you can make simple colour sorting game that will help your child master colour recognition.

Create an Egg Carton Color Sorter by Education.com

How to make simple Egg Carton Colour Sorting Game

Identifying colors is a necessary skill that people use every day—for choosing which clothes to wear, reading signs, following traffic signals and describing the surrounding world.

Introduce your child to this bright new world of colors using ordinary household objects such as buttons, beads, and marbles. She can group these objects into different sections and learn to recognize their written names using a homemade egg carton sorter. This activity provides an interactive, colorful way for your preschooler to practice color recognition!

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What You Need:

  • – Paper egg carton (half-dozen or full dozen)
  • – Paint or markers in 6-12 different colors
  • – Writing pen
  • – Small, brightly colored trinkets such as buttons, beads, or glass stones

 

What You Do:

  1. Help your child paint the lid of the egg carton with white paint or cover it with plain paper.
  2. Have your child make a small spot of each color on the egg carton lid. Write the name of the color above it with a pen.
  3. On the inside of the carton, use paint or markers to designate a color for each as well.
  4. Ask your child to sort the trinkets according to color, placing each one in the appropriate well. Start a conversation about the different colors with your child as you sort, asking her to name the color or point to it as she sorts each trinket. Show her the word on the lid that corresponds with each color.

To store the activity for later use, simply close the carton lid with the trinkets inside. The contents will be kept sound and ready for the next color sorting exercise!

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Try out more fun science activities like this and help your kids understand important concepts through play and exploration.
You may also like Popsticle and Fabric-Clothespin Colour Matching Game.

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