4 Colors Toys For Children : Help Toddlers Develop A Sense Of Color

Match the colored buttons on the frame to the colored dots on the cards

Try the four color game and compete against your friends and family to be the first to reach the pattern shown on the map. Are you ready to race

Game instructions

Parents can randomly choose a piece of color card. Children should shift the color on the board according to the color card.

  • Development and strengthening of visual and spatial perception skills. It also helps children with color recognition.
  • Preschoolers could learn addition and subtraction by playing the buttons on the board as if they were playing abacus.
  • Smooth surface does not scratch children's fingers, ensure children's safety. There are 1 wooden maze frame, one-minute timing funnel, and 18 pieces of color cards.

 Characteristic

  • Aim of the game  - Match the colored buttons on the frame to the colored dots on the cards
  • Color Recognition  - Help toddlers develop a sense of color.
  • Hand-Eye Coordination  - Move the button back and forth, improve fine motor and hands-on ability.
  • Problem Solving Skills  - The player must move the button back to advance. ideal for logical thinking and problem solving training
  • Safe and Durable  - Toys are made of environmentally friendly materials that are safe and non-toxic

Package include

  • 1 x 4 Colors Toys For Children

Customer Reviews

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RG

This is one of the toys I brought mom to keep her mind sharp. At first I thought it was too difficult but she was up to the challenge and got the hang of it fairly quickly. i started without the "timer" and plan to add it later, after a few more times of playing. She loves it!

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Alex

We wanted to match to our Montessori school type toys during school closure and find this toy to be able to keep my 4yo occupied. It does seem easy for him so I think 3yo would do well with this too

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Tammara

My Just turned three-year-old and I have been playing with it. And she loves it! It keeps her very interested and entertained.

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Gina

Fantastic exercise for critical thinking. My 4 year old loves this and is challenged but is able to get it on his own with minor guidance. He will sit and do 8-10 puzzles before losing interest.

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RG

This is one of the toys I brought mom to keep her mind sharp. At first I thought it was too difficult but she was up to the challenge and got the hang of it fairly quickly. i started without the "timer" and plan to add it later, after a few more times of playing. She loves it!

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Alex

We wanted to match to our Montessori school type toys during school closure and find this toy to be able to keep my 4yo occupied. It does seem easy for him so I think 3yo would do well with this too

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Tammara

My Just turned three-year-old and I have been playing with it. And she loves it! It keeps her very interested and entertained.

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Gina

Fantastic exercise for critical thinking. My 4 year old loves this and is challenged but is able to get it on his own with minor guidance. He will sit and do 8-10 puzzles before losing interest.