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Pirate Colour Matching Game

Pirate Colour Matching Game

About This Primary Resource

A swashbuckling pirate game designed to help children build their colour matching and recognition skills. The gameplay is quite short and the rules are simple – ideal for young learners who are just starting to learn about colours.

Each player must spin the spinner and collect a pirate card that matches the colour the spinner stops on. If it stops on a multicoloured segment then the player can choose any pirate card they wish. The winner is the first player to collect all of the colours marked with an X on their pirate map. The game features 11 different colours and it can be played with up to 6 players at a time.

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  1. Juliet Tania

    A brilliant game

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