Last week I created a new game that I’m very proud of. Of course, I like all my games, but I worked especially hard on this game. Although all kids can play it, I geared this one toward or special little ones.
The color token pieces are a size that’s easier for little one and special ones to handle. There’s also no background to any of the color objects on the tokens. This will prevent any distractions that might normally be there. The colors are bright and distinct to help with proper placement.
This game is called “A Rainbow of Colors” and is a great color identification game. It includes game board/mats for each color, 6 color tokens for each color, cover and directions together, and an answer key.
The way I recommend using this game is to print out and place each of the large game boards inside a file folder. Glue the cover/directions to the front and the answer key to the back of the file folder, then laminate (with clear contact paper or other method). Cut out each of the smaller mats and laminate, as well as doing the same for color item tokens. Store the smaller mats in the file folder and place all the color item tokens in an envelope and store inside the file folder as well.
I hope that you will print out this game for your little or special ones to enjoy and let them play to learn. Let me know what you think about this game!!
REMINDER: Click on the link above to go to my 4Shared account to download this game.
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