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Monster Colour Matching Game

Monster Colour Matching Game

About This Primary Resource

A fun monster themed game ideal to help children build their colour recognition and matching skills. The gameplay is quite short and the rules are simple – ideal for young learners.

In order to play you must first assemble the colour ‘spinner’ provided in the pdf download (instructions included). Each player must spin the spinner and collect a monster card that matches the colour the spinner stops on. If it stops on a multicoloured segment then the player can choose any card. The winner is the player who collects all of the colours on their board. The game features 11 different colours and can be played with up to 6 players at a time.

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