Heart Sorting Game using straw for Valentines Day

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Heart Sorting Game using straw for Valentines Day

Holidays are a fantastic excuse for extra learning enjoyment, and I love to theme-out our classroom's various learning spaces whenever I can! My preschoolers will love this color sorting hearts games using straws because it will help them practice their fine motor skills while teaching them colors and sorting. Heart sorting game is  so fun and a great way to practice not only colors but numbers, alphabets, shapes and much more!! 

Supplied Needed:

So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!

  • Construction papers of different colors
  • straws
  • bowls
  • scissors

How to play Heart Sorting Game using straw

Just cut multiple-colored hearts out. I chose to go with two different colors, but if you have older or more advanced students, cut out more of a variety. Then, give students a straw and bowls. You will need as many bowls as colors of hearts. Students will then sort the hearts using the straw. This is done by “sucking” on the straw to “grab” the hearts and place them into the correct bowl. 

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