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Color Matching Game

Homeschool color matching activity with using clothespins

1-Color Matching Game

Another fun ”diy mom” color matching game for the road.This one is easy to make.

All you need is:

  • Clothespins
  • 8 different colors (or as many as your plate will fit)
  • A paper plate

Great for learning colors and to help with those fine motor skills.

Using clothespin color matching game for kids

2-Color matching game with squeezy bubble tweezers

This page includes a transfer and color matching  activity prepared  by me for my sweet girl.

  • Squeeze this tool in the middle to open the tweezers and strengthen muscles in little hands and fingers. A perfect picker-upper that also builds the hand strength necessary for good fine-motor skills. A really nice tool for developing pre-scissor skills, without using scissors.
  • This time we used this tool for color matching. All you need to do; pasting colored dot stickers into the sections inside the chocolate box.
  • And our activity is ready 🙂

Pom poms and tweezer color matching game

Pom poms and tongs color matching activity

Homeschool fine motor color matching activity

3-Homeschool color monsters with using plastic bottles

Our color monsters are waiting for their mouths open.Let’s feed them.

What you need:

  • Plastic bottles
  • Colorful tape(red and yellow)
  • Foam(for eyes)
  • Yellow and red materials

It was a very nice color sorting activity

Plastic bottle color matching activity

homeschool plastic bottle color matching activity

color matching monster craft and activity

4-Homeschool pom pom color match and pattern activity

We are using pom poms to match up on our popsicle sticks.
This is an easy DIY activity to put together works great as a busy bag.

Items Needed:

  • Pom poms
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Sticker dots

I used white dots & quickly colored them to match the pom poms I already had & placed them on the popsicle sticks.


  • Matching skills
  • Pattern
  • Fine motor skills
  • Transferring
  • Creativity

Pop sicle sticks color matching game for toddlers

5-Valentine Day Pom Pom Color Matching

Homeschool color matching activity with using pom poms-Toddlers pom poms push

Pom pom push with different hole size

What you will need:

  • Wooden tray
  • Shoes box
  • Colorful pom poms

Benefits of this activity:

  • Colors recognition
  • Fine motor skills
  • Math matching

Valentine day color matching

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