Make Learning Colours Fun By Using Puzzles
Tips and other ways you can use the puzzle:
- Jazz up this puzzle by wrapping the puzzle pieces in tinfoil. It will help your toddler to focus on one piece at a time. Plus they’ll think Christmas has come early and will love unwrapping them!
- Hide the different pieces and encourage your little one to find them.
- Let your toddler create their own artwork by drawing around the fish puzzle pieces.
Other ways to use this colour learning toy
- Have your toddler place, pom poms, in the holes and encourage them to count.
Tips: Encourage your toddler to sort the pieces by colour. Our printable colour flashcards are ideal for this.
Colour Learning Toys to Help Even the Smallest of Tots Match Basic Colours
Tips: Use the bees in small world play and combine them with other toys. Like Duplo. For example, you could get your toddler to build a red house for the red bee etc.
Interesting and Unique Colour Sorting Toys For Toddlers
Tips: Kids love role play. It helps them make sense of the world. So add the fruit and veg to their play kitchen or combine with their other role-play toys.
Tip: Turn this into a fun game for older kids by using 2 dice. Change one of them so they have different colours. And keep the other as it is. When it’s their turn, get them to roll the colour dice, followed by the number one. Then have them place that many coloured bears into their cup. The one with the most wins!
Easy Games to Teach Colours and Make Early Learning Fun
Tip: Use the bean bags to create your own colour matching game. Lay out different coloured hoops. Then have your toddler throw or place the coloured bean bag into the correct hoop.
Tip: Alter a dice so that there’s a different colour on each side. Roll the dice and take it in turns to add the different colour beads to the board.