Pets Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the pets? In this pets match file folder game kids need to find the bottom halves of the pets and make them whole.
12 fun characters to put together: a guinea pig holding a piece of a watermelon, a cute little hamster, a colorful parrot, 2 silly rabbits – one has a carrot, a swimming goldfish, 2 frisky cats, an adorable Canary bird, and 3 friendly dogs.

An entertaining matching game that is best for the youngest ones – toddlers and preschoolers – and for a bit older ones in kindergarten.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the bottom parts of pets bodies. Laminate the bottom parts of pets bodies and attach Velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with top parts of pets bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the pets bodies whole.

Monster Match Halloween File Folder Game

Can you match up all the Halloween monsters? Find the bottom parts of each of the 16 Halloween characters and complete this file folder puzzle.

Find the bottom half of the mummy, 2 bats, 4 scary monsters, a cat, a ghost, a skeleton, a vampire and a witch.

A fun game that’s perfect for toddlers and preschool although kids in kindergarten will enjoy it too.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages. Set the first two aside and cut the 16 rectangles with the bottom parts of Halloween monster bodies. Laminate those pieces and attach Velcro dots on the back. Now back to the first two sheets – you can leave them as they are, or cut around the frame. Once cut you can either laminate them and stick them inside the file folder or stick them in the file folder and laminate the file folder (you can also use clear self adhesive foil). Stick a velcor dot inside the dashed line rectangle. Find the pairs.

Monster Match Halloween File Folder Game

Pumpkin Multiplication File Folder Game

Make your own little pumpkin patch with this easy and fun multiplication file folder game. This one focuses on multiplication with numbers up to 10 (results under 100). Solve the equation on the pumpkin patch and match the correct pumpkin.

Simple equations are on the patch and the results are on the pumpkins. A fun file folder game for revision of multiplication or to give to kids who struggle with multiplication to give them a stress free way to improve their multiplication skills.

Laminate this file folder game for best durability.

Great to use during fall season or for Halloween learning.

Pumpkin Patch Multiplication File Folder Game

Halloween Patterns File Folder Game

Patterns File Folder Games

Practice ABAB and AABB patterns with this Halloween Patterns File Folder Game. Have your kids finish the sequence of Halloween monsters by adding the last monster in the set.

The pattersn are as follow;

ABAB – witch, mummy, witch, mummy.

ABAB – skeleton, bat, skeleton, bat

ABAB – vampire, witch, vampire, witch

AABB – mummy, mummy, vampire, vampire

AABB – bat, bat, vampire, vampire

ABAB witch, skeleton, witch, skeleton

ABAB mummy, bat, mummy, bat

AABB skeleton, skeleton, witch, witch.

Laminate this Halloween Patterns File Folder Game for long durability.

Halloween Patterns File Folder Game

Forest Animals Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the forest animals? In this forest animals match file folder game kids need to find the right halves of the forest animals and make them whole.

12 fun characters to put together: cute brown bear, two happy little hedgehogs, a brave looking wolf, a smart raccoon, a quick orange squirrel, a lovely deer, a strong hog, a wise owl, a majestic elk, a quick brown fox, and a big brown mamma bear with its cub.

A fun entertaining game that is best for the kindergartners, kids as young as preschool and toddlers.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the right parts of forest animals bodies. Laminate the right parts of forest animals bodies and attach velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with left parts of forest animals bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the forest animals bodies whole.

Forest Animals File Folder Game

Farm Animals Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the farm animals? In this farm animals match file folder game kids need to find the bottom halves of the farm animals and make them whole.

12 fun characters to put together: a majestic rooster, a happy horse, a cute little bunny, a smiling pig, a strong bull, a jumping goat, an adorable brown chicken, a goose waving with its wing, a silly sheep, a gentle cow, a happy donkey, and a baby chick.

An educating game that is suitable for toddlers, pre-K and kindergarten kids who love farm animals.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the bottom parts of the farm animals bodies. Laminate the bottom parts of farm animals bodies and attach velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with top parts of the farm animals bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the farm animals bodies whole.

Ocean Animals Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the ocean animals? In this ocean animals match file folder game, kids need to find the bottom halves of the ocean animals and make them whole.
12 fun characters to put together: a happy jellyfish, an enormous whale, a black and white orca, a silly swimming dolphin, a tropical fish, shark showing its teeth, an intelligent octopus, a big seashell, another silly fish, another cool shark, a lovely little crab, and a happy seahorse.

This fun learning game is perfect for toddlers and kids in preschoolers. Kids in kindergarten will love matching the ocean animals too!

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the bottom parts of ocean animals bodies. Laminate the bottom parts of ocean animals bodies and attach velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with top parts of ocean animals bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the ocean animals bodies whole.

Birds Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the birds? In this birds matching file folder game, kids need to find the bottom half of the birds and make them whole.

12 fun characters to put together: a wise owl, a silly kingfisher, a big parrot, a colorful hummingbird, a majestic toucan, a baby chick, a strong hen, a female chicken, a fast running ostrich, an Antarctic penguin, a smiling turkey, and a goose waving with its wing.

The fun learning set is suitable for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners too. The matching game will entertain them for quite some time.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the bottom parts of the birds’ bodies. Laminate the bottom parts of birds’ bodies and attach Velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with top parts of birds’ bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the parts to make the birds’ bodies whole.

Birds File Folder Game

Dinosaurs Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the dinosaurs? In this dinosaurs match, file folder game kids need to find the right halves of the dinosaur and make them whole.

12 fun characters to put together: 2 stegosauruses, 3 triceratopses, 3 pterodactyls, and 3 T-rexes.

This educating game is perfect for toddlers, kids in preschool, while kids in kindergarten will love it too.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the right parts of dinosaurs’ bodies. Laminate the right parts of dinosaurs’ bodies and attach Velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with left parts of dinosaurs’ bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the dinosaurs’ bodies whole.

Dinosaurs File Folder Game

Bugs Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the bugs? In this bugs match file folder game, kids need to find the right halves of the bugs and make them whole.

12 fun characters to put together: 4 colorful caterpillars, 3 beautiful butterflies, a cute little ladybug, a hard-working honey bee, a majestic drone, and 2 silly bugs.

This fun matching game is best for toddlers and kids in preschool. Kids in kindergarten will have fun playing this entertaining game too.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the right parts of the bugs’ bodies. Laminate the right parts of bugs’ bodies and attach Velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with the left parts of bugs’ bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the bugs’ bodies whole.

Reptiles and Amphibians Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the reptiles and amphibians? In this reptiles and amphibians match file folder game kids need to find the right halves of the reptiles and amphibians and make them whole.
12 fun characters to put together: a beautiful color-changing chameleon, a cute little turtle, a happy tortoise, 2 long snakes, a silly crocodile, a big alligator, 3 colorful lizards, and 2 lovely frogs.

A learning game that is best for kids as young as preschool and toddlers, as for older ones in kindergarten.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the right parts of reptiles’ and amphibians’ bodies. Laminate the right parts of reptiles’ and amphibians’ bodies and attach velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with left parts of reptiles’ and amphibians’ bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pairs to make the reptiles’ and amphibians’ bodies whole.

Reptiles and Amphibians File Folder Game

 

Love Notes Compound Words File Folder Game

Love Notes Compound Words File Folder Game

This compound words file folder game is perfect for Valentine’s day! Build up compound words as you assemble these love notes. Each envelope is made from 3 parts, the top part of the envelope showing the compound word (with picture and word) and the bottom 2 parts the words that make up the compound word (again with picture and word). A sun and a flower will make a sunflower.

This is a wonderful literacy file folder game.

We suggest laminating the game pieces as well as the game (or using contact paper).

Compound Words File Folder Game

Valentines Day Beginning Sounds File Folder Game

Beginning Sounds File Folder Game

Match up all the images to the letters with our conversation hearts Valentines Day Beginning Sounds File Folder Game.

If working in a group, this can be a silent activity, however the game is played best if the kids can say the words (the objects and animals on the little images) out loud. As they identify the beginning letter of the image, have them place the conversation heart on top of the letter.

Laminate the game for maximum durability.

Valentines Day Beginning Sounds File Folder Game

Valentines Day Animal Pairs File Folder Game

Animal Pair Matching File Folder Game

Love is in the air for these animal pairs! This fun matching animal pairs file folder game is perfect for Valentines day theme. If your kids love matching games this file folder game is perfect for them.

Join the two animals of the same species together and form a heart shape while you do. If your little learners just want to have some fun, they can also mix and match animals to make up unlikely pairs.

Match up a lion and a lioness, 2 cats, 2 bears, 2 dogs, 2 pigs, 2 frogs, 2 tigers, 2 birds, 2 panda bears, 2 foxes, 2 elephants and 2 turtles.

We recommend laminating the game pieces for durability.

Valentines Day Animal Pairs File Folder Game

Community Workers Matching File Folder Game

Can you match up all the community workers? In this community workers match file folder game kids need to find the bottom halves of the community workers and make them whole.
12 fun characters to put together: two young teachers, a strong firefighter, two brave police officers, a fast mail carrier, a well-trained doctor, a skillful nurse, a great cook, two happy construction workers, and a smiling farmer.

An entertaining game that will keep the students busy for some time – the learning game is great for toddlers, preschoolers and kids in kindergarten.

To set up the game, print all 3 pages.

Set the first two aside and cut the 12 rectangles with the bottom parts of community workers’ bodies. Laminate the bottom parts of community workers’ bodies and attach Velcro on the back. Laminate the sheets with top parts of community workers’ bodies. Attach velcro inside the dashed line rectangles. Find the pars to make the community workers’ bodies whole.

Community Workers File Folder Game

Bats Missing Letters of the Alphabet File Folder Game

This Bats Missing Letters of the Alphabet File Folder Game is great to help kids learn the order of the alphabet.

Each of the bats has two letters on his wings, and the letter that comes between those two letters is missing. Kids need to place the correct body circle on the bats. A bat with the letters A and C on his wings is missing the letter B body, the bat with D and F on his wings is missing the letter F, the bat with the letters G and I on his wings is missing the letter H body and so on.

Halloween Counting to 10 File Folder Game

Counting to 10 Halloween File Folder Game

One, two, three, four, five spiders, one lizard, one, two, three feathers…. Nine eyeballs, 6 tiny bones and a whole lot of other spooky ingredients need to be sorted back on the shelves so that the witch won’t have any issues finding them.

This counting file folder game will have your kids practice their counting skills, as they count the spooky ingredients inside each of the jar. Let them practice countng from 1 to 10.

This printable file folder game works best if both the base and jars are laminated. Attach Velcro dots (or similar) above the numbers in the jars on the shelf and on the back of the jars filled with spooky (and icky) stuff.

Best suited for older toddlers and kids in preschool and kindergarten, however as Halloween is a fun holiday older kids will enjoy these as well.

Witches Jars Counting to 10 Halloween File Folder Game

Halloween Shapes File Folder Game

Let your toddlers and preschoolers practice their shape recognition with this fun (and somewhat spooky) Halloween shapes file folder game.

The aim of this game is to match up all the shapes to their shape outlines, by doing so kids will build up quite a scary pumpkin patch as each of the shape is none other than a Jack-o-lantern.

Shapes included: oval, rectangle, diamond, hexagon, triangle, pentagon, trapezoid, star and square. A wonderful shape learning activity that can be used over and over again.

We recommend you laminate all the pieces of this file folder game to ensure maximum durability.

Halloween Shapes File Folder Game