Sensory Color Sorting Play Set
Color-Sort your world! This beautiful color-sorting mat has been quilted together with an array of rainbow colors, 10 in all (pattern and pattern placement may vary from the pictures, but all 10 colors will be there): Pink, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Brown, Black, and White. It is almost a yard (36”) long and can easily be rolled up and toted around for an indoor or outdoor color adventure. Delight your little explorer’s senses with this bright and playful sorting set. There are 8 different sets of textural manipulatives to organize, categorize, and sort: Ribbon, Paper, Felt, Buttons, Yarn, Rocks, Wooden Coins, and Paint Swatches. Encourage a deeper understanding of color concepts and art while nurturing fine motor skills, cognitive thinking, and problem solving with this beautiful learning toy. All the many pieces of this set come in a drawstring pouch for portability. Have your little one reach into the bag, no peeking, to find something – round, soft, thin, smooth, rough, big, little, square, wooden, bumpy, stringy…..the possibilities to expand vocabulary are endless! Take turns pulling out an item and finding where it belongs on the mat. Watch as the interactive Rainbow Collage unfolds before your eyes. Blue as the sky, as the ocean, as blueberries – Different shades and tints, but all the same “color”. Brown as mud, as tree bark, as an earthworm. Pink as a lollipop, lipstick, or “Pink Sky at Night.” Use this set as a conversation starter to discuss our world of color. Use this set as a puzzle to encourage sorting and organization. Use this set as a game to excite little artists. Use this set to foster new perspectives of how we look at the colors all around us. Enjoy playing and discovering our colorful world…time and time again.
Who is it for?
1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
Aspiring musicians & artists
Students with special needs or learning disabilities
Color Sorting Mat with 10 different colors (pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, white)
10 of each paint swatches, ribbon, yarn, buttons, wooden coins, paper ovals, glass gems, felt squares
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