Toddler Game: Paper Peekaboo

Toddler Game fun Paper Peekaboo

Paper Peekaboo Game for toddlers and preschoolers!

So you’ll want to save up your toilet paper rolls and a tissue box for this fun one. Then cram the rolls in the box so that they stay put.

Cut up some colored paper strips so that they fit inside the paper rolls standing up. Then draw a letter, picture, number or glue on a picture on one end of each strip.

Put them in the rolls with the letter hidden at the bottom and let your little one pick each one out and tell you what she found! “Peekaboo! It’s the letter A!” ” You found the letter B!” Then let her put them back in for you to pull out.

You can use different colored paper or fill up the whole box with the toilet paper rolls…if you have them.

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  1. We did this last night with a little twist. I wrote down a number on each piece of paper and then had some with stickers. If you pull one with a number, you get to count out that many marbles. The one with the highest number of marbles one all cards were pulled wins. They practice recognizing numbers and counting. The ones with stickers were action items – sing a song, play air guitar, act like a specific animal (no marbles). It was a lot of fun.

  2. Not really age appropriate…preschoo agel maybe