UNO cards are so versatile, but also a great learning tool! We use them most often for color sorting but also do number matching and odd/even sorting exercises. To set up any of these simple activities you can draw rectangles on paper and label them using words or colors and encourage your child to sort the deck into piles. Other ways require a little more effort to set up include outlining the sorting station with painters’ tape (shown here), or cutting slits in a cardboard box and labeling the slit with the category (making a card drop box).
Odd/even UNO Sort
Updated: Jan 13