Toddler Game with Felt Dot Cards

Make these easy soft Felt cards to have some fun playing games with your toddler while teaching him/her to count, match and identify colors.

Toddler games with Felt Dots cards

Find a few pieces of felt and cut out circles. You’ll need to vary the size depending on how many you want to put on a card. Then cut out a piece of printer paper and put the felt dots on top. Next just use some contact paper to put on the back and front. To do this, take a piece of contact paper and remove the backing and face sticky side up. Then lay down the piece of printer paper and dots on top. Next take another piece of contact paper and place on top and smooth out the air bubbles. Then be sure to press the contact paper together around the border and cut out your card.

For the games, you can :

  • Make matching cards and put one set in a basket across the room. Show your toddler one of the cards and ask her to go to the basket and find the matching one. When she does, count how many dots you find, and say what color they are.
  • You can play an easy game of concentration if you made matching cards
  • If you have a bunch of toddlers together, give each one a card and then have them try to find the other kid with the matching card. (It’s a toddler ice breaker! ha ha )

Tips/Suggestions:

  • You can use squares if you want.
  • You can just put one big dot on a card, for each color if you just want to match colors.
  • Talk about how the cards feel and have your toddler put her finger on the dots when she counts them.

 

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