Teaching your toddler color recognition? This printable worksheet set is a perfect addition to your preschool homeschool curriculum or weekly lesson plan. It also works on fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, letter recognition, and language skills!
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I’m obsessed with making busy binder worksheet sets that can be added and taken away. I’ve been working on creating the ultimate busy binder for toddlers, and another one for preschoolers as well, but I just can’t seem to narrow my list of printables down to a decent size. Instead, I think I’ll likely create a good base binder, with weekly or monthly additions.
This makes it customizable so we can meet our children where they’re at, and also gives me an excuse to continue creating new printables! Win, win!
This color sorting worksheet first made an appearance in my December Toddler Play Program curriculum. Though my membership may have moved on to a new month, you can still purchase any previous bundles here.
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Color Sorting Worksheet for Toddlers
Using sheet protectors, sticky velcro dots, and laminator sheets, you can easily make this a great busy binder worksheet set for your toddler. You don’t have to, but I would expect a todler to tear apart these little pieces fairly quickly.
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