Today’s busy bag is another using colored paint chips. I love paint chips because they are sturdier than other papers, come in a variety of colors, and they’re free 🙂
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Our two oldest really enjoy this activity. I like that it presents them with a variety of color shades to identify. It’s a nice change from the classic rainbow colors.
We’ve also since added magnets to the back of the paint chips and the kids complete this activity on top of a metal cookie sheet. The magnets really help the colored square stay in place nicely.
Click the link below to download this free printable busy bag file.
Color Shades Busy Bag
What are some ways you help your young child develop logical reasoning? Leave a comment below.
Allyson, Thank you so much for the **Free** printables. I have been wanting to put together busy bags for my kids for some time but was a little intimidated by how much time it would take. You have given me no excuse! Thank you so much for sharing your time and work with everyone.
Oh I love this! I have a two year old that needs these types of activities – going to check out the rest of the entries