Educational games you can make yourself
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You're never too young to learn, or too old to play! And at any age, playing is the best way to learn.

That's why I want to share with you this game that teaches toddlers to recognize colours, and to sort objects based on their colour. It's very simple to make, as I show in this new video.



For bigger kids, here is an activity that teaches the concepts of primary and secondary colours. The colour wheel is a graphical representation that shows how the primary colours mix together to form the secondary colours.



Because you are a Pro

In many of the new printables that we published since the previous newsletter, animals are featured.

For example, you'll find a zentangle colouring page of a a dog's head, two connect-the-dots pictures, a spot-the-differences game with little dogs,

Dog or Wolf Face Dog with Ball Zebra Little Dog

another spot-the-differences game with camels, a maze with a dog, and two colouring pages with animals.

Camel Dog House Maze 2 Dog 5 Rhinoceros 2

All these resources are yours with a Pro membership ! In addition, a Pro membership gives you 40 credits that you can spend any way you want on the website.



More fun and educational games that you can make yourself:

Abacus Forest Animals Game Clock for learning time Protractor Turtle


Have a great week!




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