A few weeks ago I released a set of lovely weather flashcards to help teach your little learners all about the world’s wonderful weather. To help improve their knowledge
Printable Matching Games
Here’s our collection of printable matching games which are brilliant for toddlers and preschoolers.
They’re easy to prepare (just download and print off the pdf and cut out the cards), and are a super way to help develop early visual discrimination skills, as your little learners will need to look closely at the images to make sure they are making the correct pairings.
They’re also a fun way to develop those fine motor skills – as the cards can be tricky to pick up for those little hands – and hand eye coordination when they place them down where they want them to go.
As a bonus, they can also be used as fun memory match games if you print off a couple sets!
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Newest Printable Matching Games
Here’s a beautiful weather matching game for toddlers and preschoolers with a cute patchwork design! This simple game will give you a great opportunity to teach your little ones all
Here’s a cute party animal matching game for toddlers and preschoolers that your little ones are bound to enjoy. It’s a simple game where your children will need to match
Here’s a cute dinosaur matching game that your toddlers and preschoolers are bound to love. It’s a simple game where your little ones will need to match a dinosaur tile
Spring is almost upon us, so why not welcome in the warmer weather (and probably lots of rain) with a fun little spring flower matching game your toddlers and preschoolers
Here’s a little plesiosaur number sequencing puzzle to add to your collection of math games and activities. Can your children use their knowledge of number
Here’s another printable craft for your little learners, some magical unicorn headband templates – perfect for all those little unicorn fans out there! These templates
The sun is out, the birds are singing, and who’s that stripy little fellow buzzing between the flowers? Ah, a busy little bee! Well now
Here’s another Halloween resource – a simple pumpkin template.These templates are like blank outlines which you can cut out if you wish and use as