The Perfect Activity For Little Hands: A Tactile Matching Game

Photography by Holly, Tutus & Turtles

You really can’t go wrong with a matching game for little ones. Not only are they super easy to put together (as we’ve discovered in the past with this paint chip colour matching game), but they’re a great way to keep kids entertained while helping them learn a thing or two.

If you’re looking for a new spin on the matching game, we think you’ll love this tactile version from Tutus & Turtles. Little hands will have to touch and squeeze each balloon to determine which ones feel the same, which is both fun and challenging.

What you’ll need:
• Balloons in a single colour
• Dry rice, lentils, quinoa, flour—whatever you want kids to match!

You’ll find the full instructions for this activity over at Tutus & Turtles. This is a great way to use up some of the items in your pantry, or you can find supplies at your local bulk food store.

Looking for more fun DIY matching games? Check out this popsicle memory game and letter matching game.

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