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‘Farm Animal Rescue’ Counting Game

'Farm Animal Rescue' Counting Game

About This Primary Resource

A printable farm themed game designed to help develop and reinforce counting skills. Players must move around the board rescuing the farm animals that have escaped. The winner is the player who rescues the most animals by the end of the game.

You could use the idea behind this game to inspire animal rescue role play using soft toy animals, or create your own outdoor track game hiding instructions under mats/ stepping stones.

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  1. Karen Povey

    I am doing a teaching degree and these are amazing ideas to do with reception

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