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Preschoolers will love working on colors with this unicorn color matching worksheet. Hands-on fun for little ones!
Toddlers and preschoolers will love this color matching preschool activity. They will strengthen fine motor skills as they match playdough balls to the adorable unicorn images on this worksheet.
Add this free preschool printable to your unicorn or Letter Uu lessons. It also works well in any of your fine motor or color-themed learning centers.
Unicorn Color Matching Worksheet
Are you ready for another fun unicorn activity to use with your little ones? I can’t wait for you to use this Unicorn Color Matching worksheet with your toddlers and preschoolers.
Do you have a little one that loves to play with playdough? How about a unicorn fan? If you have either of these, you’ll love this hands-on learning activity.
Building fine motor skills is important for little ones. These muscles will help your child with handwriting, buttoning buttons, tying shoes, and so much more.
This unicorn activity encourages kids to practice color recognition, color matching, and pinching/rolling playdough.
PREPARING THE ACTIVITY
All you need to do to prepare this activity is print, laminate, and go. If you don’t have a laminator, you can slip the page into a dry erase pouch.
Laminating (or using the pouch) allows kids to use this activity page over and over again. The playdough won’t stick to the paper.
USING THE PRINTABLE
This is a simple activity to use with little ones. Provide a lump of playdough in every color you see on the unicorn worksheet – pink, green, purple, orange, yellow, and blue.
Have your child make two playdough balls from each color mentioned above.
Now, have them fill in the blank spaces on each unicorn with matching playdough balls.
For toddlers who aren’t quite ready for color matching, let them just work on filling the holes. It’s not too early to start strengthening fine motor skills.
If you don’t have playdough, you can use other items to fill in those holes. Use buttons, dot markers, or even crayons to complete the activity.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT UNICORNS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about unicorns. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Fancy Nancy and the Quest of the Unicorn – Nancy and Bree are unicorn experts. (That’s a fancy way of saying they know almost everything about them.) When they decide to go on an epic quest to find a unicorn, Freddy and JoJo want to play too…
Not Quite Narwhal – Growing up in the ocean, Kelp has always assumed that he was a narwhal like the rest of his family. Sure, he’s always been a little bit different—his tusk isn’t as long, he’s not as good of a swimmer, and he really doesn’t enjoy the cuisine. Then one night, an extra strong current sweeps Kelp to the surface, where he spots a mysterious creature that looks just like him! Kelp discovers that he and the creature are actually unicorns.
How to Catch a Unicorn – Try to catch one of the world’s most elusive mythical creatures―the unicorn! Filled with zany traps and lots of rainbow unicorn fun, this is the unicorn book of the year!
RESOURCES I LOVE
Your little one will squeal with delight at the sight of all of this magic in one box! Watch as they use their imaginations to create a magical unicorn world over the rainbow!
Give this unicorn sensory toy a vigorous shake and be enchanted by the moving colors, shapes and shimmering glitter. Incorporate sensory play with no mess to clean up!
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