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Hopscotch Nature Sort Activity

Hopscotch Nature Sort Activity

We are continuing the Nature unit in the at-home preschool curriculum by KidsPlayTricks and want to highlight this All-Star activity. This hopscotch nature sort activity is fun, engaging, and provides opportunities to practice gross motor, sorting, and language skills.

Nature Hopscotch Color Sort basket


This activity is so simple! All you need is:

Nature Hopscotch Color Sort 2

We took a neighborhood walk and went on a nature hunt! Coco was prompted to find things that were bright and colorful.

When we returned home, we drew chalk circles to correspond with the colors of the flowers and leaves we found. To add more opportunities to play and practice gross motor skills we drew a hopscotch between the circles and basket.

Nature Hopscotch Color Sort 3

Coco was encouraged to pick an item and sort it by color and we took turns to make it more fun and engaging.

Walk Tip:

Is your kiddo a hopscotch master? Try on an inclined surface to challenge muscles and work on balance and control!

Nature Hopscotch Color Sort 4

We really enjoyed this nature hopscotch color sort! We’ve been getting so many great ideas for play-based learning activities from this awesome preschool curriculum.

The KidsPlayTricks Preschool Curriculum is comprised of 19 units with ~60 activity ideas in each unit. It is downloadable and each unit includes super cute printables too.

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Perform activities recommended by Walk, Talk, Play at your own risk with appropriate adult supervision provided. Walk, Talk, Play is not responsible for any injury caused while performing these play activities. 

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