Traffic Light Color Matching Activity
Traffic Light Color Matching Activity

Ready for a fun and easy activity? All you need is a glue stick and colored construction paper.

Step 1: Hand your child some colored paper to rip into small pieces. This is awesome for their fine motor skills!

Step 2: Start gluing or taping those pieces into the right circles. Little ones might need a bit of help at first, but you’ll be amazed at how quickly they catch on and match the colors perfectly.

By doing this traffic light color matching activity, children are building:

Fine Motor Skills: Ripping paper and gluing small pieces improve their hand-eye coordination and finger strength.

Color Recognition: Matching the paper pieces to the correct circles helps them learn and identify colors.

Cognitive Skills: Following instructions and understanding the concept of matching enhances their problem-solving and critical thinking abilities.

Concentration and Patience: Staying focused on the task and completing the activity builds their attention span and patience.

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