Inside: This winter clothing color matching activity is a fun way for toddlers and preschoolers to work on color recognition. It’s perfect during classroom centers time or at the kitchen table!
We love simple color recognition activities in our toddler and preschool classroom.
I decided to create a fun and simple activity that involved matching different types of winter clothing by color.
This is a nice companion with any winter theme!
Winter Clothing Color Matching Activity
During our winter theme we love to add cold weather clothing to our dramatic play center.
We will place a variety of gloves, hats and scarves on our dress up cart.
Our toddlers and preschoolers love wearing these clothing items while involved in our hot cocoa shop.
Because they had so much fun with the winter wear, I decided to create these winter clothing color matching cards at our activity table.
- Winter Clothing Color Matching Printable (scroll down to find the link to download)
Preparing this Activity:
Make copies of the winter clothing color matching printable.
If this activity will be done with multiple children (small groups or circle time), make sure to have enough copies so each child gets some of the printable cards.
I suggest copying on heavy (card stock) paper or laminate so that the cards are more durable.
How to Play:
Keep the page with the coveralls intact (not cutting them apart), but cut apart the other pages (coat, hats, gloves and boots).
Invite your children to place the hats, gloves, boots and jackets on the matching overalls.
Click on the photo below for the pdf download:
More fun winter printable activities:
Toddler and Preschool Winter Lesson Plans
We’ve done the work for you! We now have interactive thematic lesson plans for toddlers (16-35 months) AND preschoolers (3-5 years)!
Get ready for fun and learning with unit lesson plans for winter.
Explore a variety of themed hands-on activities!
Easy to follow lesson plans include activity modifications and adaptations to meet the needs of all learners.
For more information, click on the graphics below: