Here's a fun way to practise addition of two numbers up to 12, using 2 normal dice and our game board with colouring pencils or counters. You can try this as a single player game against the clock, or as a multi player game.
Pretty butterflies in so many lovely spring and summer colours make this butterfly colour matching game a joy to make and play! Children will need to study the butterflies carefully to match them to the correct flower, as some are very similar.
Cat lovers will love this cute version of dominoes featuring adorable cartoon cats! Print onto some card (laminate or stick onto craft foam if you prefer), then play in the same way as usual dominoes by matching the pictures.
Here are some purrrfect game cards for cat lovers! Print off two sets of our cat game cards to play snap or memory, or four sets to play Happy Families...
Practising addition is fun with our fishy dice game! Roll two dice, add up the numbers and colour in the fish with the correct answer - you can time yourself against the clock, or play against a friend!
The kids will love playing dominoes with these super fish dominoes cards. Instead of matching dots, match the fish! Fun for all the family and for kids of all ages...
These printable game cards featuring some funny fish can be used for memory games, snap and sorting games - or you can play Go Fish (with some fish)! Just make sure you print out four sets of cards.
Use these printable Fish Matching Game cards to play all sorts of games - see our suggestions below! They are also good for sorting practice and we have provided some simple printable sorting mats below.
Print this cute hamster tic tac toe game for kids to enjoy. Just cut out the board and the pieces and choose whether to play with the seeds or the cheese!
There are 20 cards in this set of sea creature bingo cards, fun for a class or group summer activity. We've even made it easy on the caller by including a list of all of the sea creatures included.
Here's a fun twist on traditional dominoes. Can the children match the sea creatures instead of the traditional dots? This would be a fun game after a trip to the aquarium or seaside!