Are you looking for more ways to teach your child colors? This interactive fruit and vegetable color sorting worksheet is great for that.
Your little one will get to learn about different fruits and vegetables and sort them according to color, practice cutting while developing fine motor skills, and have fun matching and pasting on the worksheet.
Both toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy learning with this activity and will keep them engaged.
The best part? This sort by color worksheet uses fruit and vegetables your child probably sees all the time, therefore they are more likely to remember the colors when they see them.
Get the printable worksheet at the end of the posts and get ready to sort by color.
Color Sorting Worksheet Pdf
The printable color sorting worksheet teaches your child how to visually discriminate against colors and also develops their cognitive skills.
Seeing different colors in from of them activates your little one’s mind and triggers it to start seeing how they differ. Your child will learn how to group similar colors together and also improve their hand-eye coordination with cutting and pasting.
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Fruit and Vegetables Sort By Color Worksheet
This is a two-page printable sorting activity. The first page has four columns to sort colors.
Colors included are red, green, yellow, and orange. The second page has 12 fruits and vegetables to cut out and paste.
This is what you will need:
- Color sorting worksheet pdf (download at the end of the post)
- Pair of scissors for cutting
- Glue for pasting the pictures on the worksheet
- Laminating machine (optional)
Download and print the two pages and cut the fruits and vegetables into cards. You can either laminate the cards before cutting and make them reusable or print them on cardstock paper for stability.
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Place the cards and the color sorting worksheet in front of your child. For younger toddlers, you can start with one card for each color and add more after they paste it on the worksheet. Older toddlers and preschoolers can start with eight or sort all 12 cards at the same time.
Firstly, let your little one identify the colors. Next, they should match the colors of the fruits and vegetables with those on the worksheet.
Ask your child to say the name of the fruit or vegetable they are matching, say what color it is, and paste it in the correct column. For example, they will say “lemon is yellow” and then paste the picture of the lemon in the yellow column.
When done sorting, see if you can both think of more fruits and vegetables around the house that matches the colors on the worksheet.
Download Free Sorting Activity
Get your color sorting worksheet pdf below.