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Dinosaur Colour Recognition Game

Dinosaur Colour Recognition Game

About This Primary Resource

A simple dinosaur themed game designed to help build colour recognition and matching skills.

Each player must try and collect dinosaur cards matching the colours on their board by spinning the spinner. They must collect a card that matches the colour the spinner stops on. If it stops on a multicoloured segment then the player can choose any dinosaur card. The player who collect all of the colours on their board first is the winner. The game features 11 different colours and depicts a variety of different dinosaurs. It can be played with up to 6 players at a time.

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  1. KERRY ANNE TONER

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