Activities for 18 to 24 months old toddler Part 2- Matching

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18 - 24 Months

Trace Matching

Matching activities help children to develop a wide range of thinking skills and build the foundations for understanding various concepts.

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill, cognitive skill development.

Age

20 to 24 months

Materials needed

Random items available at home, cardboard and pen

  • Make traces of items readily available at home.
  • Let the kid match those available items according to the traces.
  • Traces can be made from various items.
  • Any household items.
  • Puzzle pieces
  • Building blocks.
  • Remotes, Kids unused toys etc.

Socks Matching

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill, cognitive skill development.

Age

20 to 24 months

Materials needed

Different pair of socks

  • Place one pair of socks on the floor.
  • Ask the kid to match it with another pair.

Card Matching

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill, cognitive skill development

Age

22 to 24 months

Materials needed

Cardboard, cards, cardboard cutter

  • Write the numbers and symbol of random cards and place it the backside of cardboard.
  • Make a hole on the cardboard.
  • Let the kid match the card with symbols and numbers and drop the correct one through the hole.
  • My daughter can match only symbols at that age. She canโ€™t match number and symbols both at the same time.

Matching

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill, language development.

Age

18 to 24 months.

Materials needed

Color paper, Cardboard, Markers

  • Paste different color/textured papers on the cardboard.
  • Paste another set in cardboard pieces.
  • Let the kid do the matching.
  • Draw two sets of various images and provide the cardboard pieces to kids
  • Let them do the matching.

Matching items

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill, language development

Age

18 to 24 months.

Materials needed

Two sets of a similar item. (Being a kitchen set, Cloths or readily available items at home).

  • Provide two same set of kitchen items in two different trays
  • Let the kid match them.
  • Let the kid do the matching.
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