This is another busy bag that can span multiple ages.
Try this activity with your…
We purchased the small round, wooden discs at Hobby Lobby for only a couple of dollars and used sticky back felt from our crafting stash.
For toddlers use this as a color and shape matching game. Preschoolers and older kids can turn the discs over and use this as a individual or group memory game.
Click the link below to download this free printable busy bag label and directions.
Do your children enjoy matching or memory games? Leave us a comment below.
Thank you for sharing these ideas! I am putting together busy bags and 15 minute “table time” activities for my toddler grand daughter.
I can’t seem to find the link to the printable…
Tim, Allyson & kids says
I’m not sure what happened to the link, but I just fixed it 🙂
Lucy Evans says
Lovely idea… I’ve got some spare jam jar lids that I will use to make these. Thanks 🙂
Great idea! Busy bags are so much fun!
This is a really cute idea! Everything my daughter gets from Santa is handmade, so little games to stash in her stocking are a go to for us each Christmas. This one will be a perfect addition to her stash! Thank you for sharing!
I just want to say thank you for sharing these. I’m preparing for a cross country trek with three children and making these to hopefully make the time go faster. Your timing was perfect! Thank you and God bless!
Kimmy Sue says
I made some of these using metal orange juice lids (from the frozen concentrate) instead of buying the wood! Makes it a little more frugal. I use the oj lids for LOTS of activities! 😉 Praying for your family all all who are facing hurricanes, tsunamis, or other weather-related crises today. I LOVE your blog!
Allyson @ All Our Days says
Great idea about the OJ lids! We have lots of those saved as well.