Matchstick Colour Drop game is a very good way to work on developing multiple skills in your kiddo. Anna from The Imagination Tree, illustrates this activity with many suggestions and images. Head over to her website – Here.
This game is very simple to set up. You will need colour matchsticks and box with transparent lid. Punch small holes sufficient to push a matchstick through them and circle the holes with colours matching the matchstick colours. That’s it! Picking up matchsticks from the table, helps develop fine motor skills, pincer grasp and eye-hand coordination in your kiddo. Not only that, you can add sorting the matchsticks by colour and counting them. You can extend it to include simple addition and subtraction too.
You can find colour matchsticks in craft stores like Itsy Bitsy, etc,.
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