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Monday, February 7, 2011

Valentine Candy Sort

This is something Brayden did in preschool last year.

  • Paper with hearts
  • Crayons
  • Conversation hearts

You start with a paper with several hearts on it. You then have your child color each heart a different color. You can see Brayden's teacher labeled each heart.

You then get a box of those Conversation Hearts. Have your child sort the hearts into the correct colored heart on the paper. 

When you are done, you of course eat some!

1 comment:

The Samson Family said...

I had my children 2.5 and 4.5 do this, and it was A HIT. Thanks for the idea :) We also added a counting step, and then we actually glued on the hearts. So fun!


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