DIY Tutorial - Kids Popsicle Stick Color Matching Game

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DIY Tutorial - Kids Popsicle Stick Color Matching Game

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Here’s another easy game that doesn't take much time to put together, but will keep your kids occupied for a while - win/win! Great for color and pattern matching and word recognition.

Materials:

Instructions:

  • Cut cardstock paper into squares
  • Trace popsicle sticks in various patterns
  • Using the markers, write the color names inside the popsicle stick outline.

To play the game, simply match the popsicle stick to it's coordinating match on the paper.

If you want to get fancy like us, spell out your child’s name using the sticks.

There you have it, a fun and easy game your kids are sure to love. I hope this inspires you to #CREATEmore and encourage your kids to #PLAYmore. We'd love to hear from you so leave us your comments below.

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