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Printable: Math Link Cubes - Colour Sorting Activities

Printable: Math Link Cubes - Colour Sorting Activities

One of the ways children learn is through repetition. We have designed a colour sorting mat in conjunction with our Math Link Cube to enable parents to teach children about colours at home.

What can your child learn?

  • Trains visual discrimination skills through matching of colours
  • Colour recognition (From primary to secondary colours in sequence)
  • Exposure of the name of colours
  • Enhances fine motor skills through colouring/ painting

What will your child do?

  • Match the correct colours to the coloured circles through the used of different counters or art media

Younger children can get overwhelmed when too many colours are introduced at once. Hence, we have designed the colouring activity into 3 levels (See below)

I Can Sort - Pages 1a and 1b

  • Laminate for reuse.
  • The child to sort the colours using any counters

Challenge 1 - Pages 2a to 2c

  • Enable parents to introduce primary colours, followed by secondary colours.
    suitable for toddlers

Challenge 2 - Pages 3a to 3b

  • Enable parents to teach 5 common colours
  • Suitable for 2.5 years old onwards

Challenge 3- Page 4

  • Suitable for 3.5 years old onwards


  • Math link cubes or any other coloured counters 
  • Colouring or painting materials


  • Print the printable and prepare the materials mentioned above. 
  • Implement the activity according to the learning ability of your child. 

Note: the age group is just a guideline. Every child is different. Parents know best ❤️

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