File Folder Games

File folder games are versatile, inexpensive and store easily! Use a colourful file folder, print out the pieces and follow the instructions to assemble. Keep several games in a box for when your child needs a quiet activity or you want to reinforce a skill.

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Butterfly Colour Matching File Folder Game

Butterfly Colour Matching File Folder 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.

Chinese Zodiac File Folder Game

Chinese Zodiac File Folder Game

Print and cut out our bright and cheerful Chinese Zodiac File Folder Game, and your children will have fun spelling out the names of all the animals. The instructions below might make it sounds a little complicated, but once it is set up you will be able to have fun with it many times over.

Easter Egg Hunt Game

Easter Egg Hunt Game

Print out this Easter game, assemble a few bits and pieces to play, and have fun! Instructions are below. You can also use this printable to make a file folder game. Scroll down for our fun printable version.

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Farmyard Game Board Printable

Farmyard

The more hands-on practice young children have with counting, the easier it becomes to visualize numbers and give meaning to them. This farmyard game makes early learning fun!

Figure Skating File Folder Game

Figure Skating File Folder Game

This game is perfect for enthusiastic ice-skaters, for kids who love to watch ice skating shows, and of course for playing during the Winter Olympics. But actually, it's strategic, exciting and  fun, so you don't need an excuse to play it!

Heart Number Match File Folder Game

Heart Number Match File Folder Game

Print and assemble this simple heart number match file folder game, to encourage one on one correspondence, counting and number recognition.

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear is an ideal introduction to dice games for very young children. They can learn to count the dots on the die and begin to recognise the patterns on the die by looking for the matching pattern on the teddies.

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