Match Letters and Colors – Alphabet Learning Activity
If your kids already know colors and started to learn letters, this simple and fun learning activity could be great for them.
I made this simple “Match Letters and Colors” project with my 6 year-old daughter, and she enjoyed this activity, although it was little bit too easy for her. To make it a little bit more challenging we tried to find words she could spell with these letters.
This colorful, on a budget activity can help preschoolers and kindergarteners to recognize letters and first graders to learn spelling. You can easily prepare this learning activity for or with kids, and all you need for this is:
Toilet paper rolls
Draw flower shapes on colored paper (flower width should be little bit bigger than a paper roll diameter so it could be fit easily in to roll.)
Cut out paper flowers and make two small cuts on top of the paper roll, so you can place the flower on the roll.
place the flower on the roll
On each paper roll write first letter of chosen colors
For smaller kids you can use colored markers and write each letter with different marker that match the color name, for older kids that learning to read you can write color names.
Kids should match the flower’s color to the first letter of the color written on paper roll and place the flower on the top. This part is good fine-motor skill practice too.
match the flower’s color to the first letter of the color