Do your little ones love Blue’s Clues or Paw Patrol? Grab this fun printable Roll a Paw Print Game for the kids. Fill your Paw Print first to win! Perfect for birthdays, play dates, and summer fun! This post contains affiliate links.
You’ll get two versions with this free printable – an easy version perfect for preschoolers and a harder version with addition perfect for elementary school age kids!
What do you need to play the Roll a Paw Print Game?
- Download and print the free Roll a Paw Print PDF for each player.
- For the easy version:
- 1 die or dice for each person to have their own die.
- For the harder version:
- 2 dice or enough dice for each person to have two dice.
- Colored candies (M&Ms, Skittles, Smarties, etc.) or chocolate kisses.
- Everyone needs 15 candies
- If you don’t have candy – Cheerios or other cereal work or even coloring the circles in with a color or marker.
- Print on regular 8.5 x 11 inch paper or print on cardstock and laminate for use over and over again.
How do you play the Roll a Paw Print Game?
Roll one die.
Place a candy on the color circle you roll.
First to fill their Paw Print WINS!
Each player takes a turn and rolls the die. The player places a candy on the color that corresponds to their roll.
If a player rolls and already has all those colors covered with candy, they skip their turn.
PLAY IN REVERSE- Each player covers all the circles with candy and removes a piece of candy that corresponds to their roll. The first one to empty their Paw Print WINS!
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