The Value of Free Resources Plus Tot School Color Matching Bingo Game Subscriber Freebie

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We have really found that free resources online have helped our homeschool dramatically.  Seriously.  It helps not only to learn new things, but reinforce lessons and ideas that we have already learned.  It really helps to see things in a different way.  Plus, my older son can help to teach the youngers, which reinforces ideas as well!  I find free resources to be extremely valuable to my children’s education.
If they are games, even better!

My son Grayson loves this color matching game.  He wants to play it again and again.  I think his favorite thing is throwing the dice cube around, but he does feel accomplished when he can match the colors.

The other two like playing it with him, even though they have known their colors for years!

This is designed to be an oral activity.

  1. After the dice cube is thrown, your toddler is to say the color that he/she sees.
  2. Then he/she is to pick the matching color and say the word.
  3. Then he/she is to match the color with the color on his/her bingo board and say it one more time.
  4. Your toddler will win – depending upon your rules.  It could be 3-in-a-row, or cover the full board, whatever you would like.

Of course, you can change this game to fit your needs and child.  Grayson like to make up his own way to play.  We have used crackers as chips.  Whatever floats your child’s boat!

Instructions for Printing Color Match Bingo Game

  1. Print all pages in color
  2. Cut out the bingo chips
  3. 6 different game boards are included – and can be printed front to back if you want to save on paper
  4. Should be printed in card stock (and can be laminated as an option) for durability
  5. Dice block should be put together with liquid or stick glue.


You can download this great freebie here.


Other Free Printables

Don’t forget to download free…available to all my readers!

My Short Vowel Bingo Printable

Cursive First for the Itty Bitty’s Printable

Cursive First – Free Cursive Printable for the olders


Do you like downloading and using free printables in your homeschool?

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Hey! Thank you so much for stopping by. I'm Lisa - a homeschool mom of 3 (2 boys and 1 girl). I care about the strength of the family in America, and often blog about babies/kids, natural parenting, homeschool, and marriage. Before you leave, please sign up for my monthly newsletter (on the top right). If you do, you will be well rewarded with notification of all giveaways and sales - which will not be announced on the blog. Google+ Profile


  1. Sounds like an awesome game, Lisa! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week! Happy Holidays 🙂
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