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Color Sorting Ideas for Kids

We love to work with colors and rainbows! Fine motor practice is even more fun when it's bright, brilliant, and beautiful color sorting activities for kids!

Fantastic color sorting activities for kids to work on fine motor skills. Great for preschool with a rainbow theme!

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Practice fine motor stills on the go with this Color Sorting Busy Bag from Powerful Mothering!

Our Color Sorting Box has been a hit for years and I love that it was made with recycled materials!

Kids love putting the cubes on and pulling them off the Color Sorting with Velcro from School Time Snippets!

Little paleontologists will love this Dinosaur Color Sorting from Stir the Wonder!

If your kids love to watch videos of people opening plastic eggs, they'll love our Color Surprise Game!

One of the more simply brilliant fine motor activities I've ever seen is this Color Sorting with Paperclips from Powerful Mothering!

Our kids were obsessed with this invitation to play and Color Sorting with Balls & Cups!

I've always wanted to make my own Homemade Color Book from Craftulate!

Craft a rainbow while sticking colored counters on your Sticky Window Rainbow!

Browse all of our Ideas for Learning About Colors

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Book Based Fine Motor Activities from School Time Snippets

Fine Motor Painting Activities from House of Burke

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Favorite Fine Motor Tools for Science Activities from Little Bins for Little Hands

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