Five Great Color Concept Toys/Games for Preschoolers

If you’re working on color concepts in your house, playing games can be a fun way to reinforce the concepts.  Here five favorites:

Candy Land Castle Game (Milton Bradley)

eeBoo Preschool Color Memory Game (eeBoo)

Hot Wheels Color Shifters Blaster (Mattel)

Color Wonder Paper and Markers (Crayola)

Lego Duplo (Lego Systems)

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0 thoughts on “Five Great Color Concept Toys/Games for Preschoolers

  1. My son (at barely 2) has and plays with ALL the time both his Duplos and the Candyland Castle game.

    I know folks at church that purchased (and couldn’t live without) the Color Wonder sets for their then-two year old to play with during those before and after church time setups when there was no nursery, etc. (He was one of our pastors)

    My favorite game for this age, though, is “Go Away Monsters” Good for matching and for turn taking, and the kids get to “Throw” stuff around. Good stuff!

  2. My personal favorite for teaching little ones their colors is a box of big crayons…not the kind with dozens of colors. Keep it simple….just the basic colors.

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