This is such a cute printable! Penguin Snowball Play I Spy Game Printable for preschoolers and kindergartners!
Everything rainbow bears gets my toddler’s attention immediately. He LOVED this super simple Rainbow Bear Matching Game I made from a color sorting printable I offer. Great for working on colors and color words in tot school!
Work on common core standard CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.OA.B.2 with this fun Addition and Subtraction within 20 Apple Board Game! The VIP version includes 3 different ways to play, number cards, and a recording sheet. Perfect for a quick review with second graders!
Free Printables for Kids: Super cute elephant matching game!
Play a fun simple game to practice number recognition, number matching, taking turns, or just for fun: Soccer Roll and Cover Game for preschool and kindergarten.
Help second graders practice common core standard 2.NBT.4 with this fun and simple, printable Comparing 3-Digit Numbers Board Game! Includes 3 different font choices and color and b&w versions.
Learn letters with this cute printable matching game that’s perfect for toddlers and preschoolers: Friendly Dragon Lower Case Letter Matching Game! The pdf file is editable, so you can easily use your own letter combinations, numbers or other learning objectives.
Printable games for preschoolers are a great way to practice counting, taking turns, and 1:1 correspondence: Bunny Grid Game (Day 3 of the 7 Days of Bunny Printables series.)
Memory doesn’t have to be about matching identical images! Try this Valentine’s Day Counting Memory Game for Preschoolers with 5 different types of cards to mix and match! Covers numbers 1-9.
Have fun and learn with these 10 Fun Chinese New Year Activities for Kids: Sensory, printables, crafts, and more! Perfect for kids of all ages from toddlers to kindergarteners and elementary students.
Play a fun, simple printable game with your toddler to practice fall vocabulary, matching, 1:1 correspondence, and more: Fall Matching Game for Toddlers!
So cute! This Earth Day Matching Game for Toddlers is great as a conversation starter or just for fun while working on 1:1 correspondence and visual discrimination.