My goal was to find a good variety of things for Dude. My plan is to pull one of these out occasionally, on a tot tray or fit into a weekly theme as appropriate. I think I found some neat things so I thought I'd share the new games as well as some older ones we have in case anyone is on the search for new resources.
Paint Chip Color Sorting
This printable came from COAH. Depending on which paint chips you use, it can be used to teach how colors can be different shades.
Leaf Shadow Match
This is from 2 Teaching Mommies.
Paintbrush Color Match
This is also from COAH. This definitely wasn't my favorite puzzle to make due to all the pieces, but Dude loves slipping the paintbrushes into the correct pockets.
Air, Sea, Road, Track Sorting
This is from Printable Share. I printed it all at 50% of normal size. (I ran each page through the printer twice.)
Shapes Pictures Match
This is from 1+1+1=1. The object is to match the shapes to the correct examples of everyday objects.
Animal Sorting (farm, ocean, zoo)
This is from Homeschool Creations. I think it was meant to be made with the categories velcroed on, but I just glued them down and added the extra blue sheet as pictured above. There are 9 animal pieces for each category, so I'll probably add velcro dots to those to make it somewhat self-correcting.
Magnifying Glass Animal Match
This is from Bible Story Printables. For this one you use a magnifying glass to match up the small pictures on the playing pieces to the larger pictures on the board.
Shamrock Hearts Color Match
This one is from File Folder Fun, and it's a tough puzzle! You match up the shamrocks that are the same colors, but in opposite positions. I printed this in "quick print"(draft) mode which I DON'T recommend. Because of the way I printed it some of the shamrocks were just too close in color so I added patterns to a few to help Dude differentiate.
Hope you find this list helpful!