Little Mouse, Little Mouse, Are you in a red house? Printable game.

 

Little mouse, are you in a red house? Printable game for toddlers. Free printable. creative activities for toddlers, activities for 18 month old, activities for 19 month old, activities for 20 month old, activities for 21 month old, activities for 22 month old, activities for 23 month old, activities for 24 month old, activities for two year old

 

Scarlett loves guessing and discovery games, so I made this game that I saw at a story time in our library.

Since it’s recommended to introduce primary colors to a toddler first, we play this game with 3 primary colors for now – red, blue and yellow. But I made 6 houses of 6 colors – primary and secondary so I have them all ready for later.

I lay out 3 houses in front of Scarlett and hide a mouse underneath one of them, and then I say: “Little mouse, little mouse, are you in a red house?” Then we do knock-knock, and check if the mouse is there. It’s a great game to learn colors!

We made this game using Magnetic Sheets . I printed out files, placed them on a sticky side of magnetic sheets, then cut out shapes. This makes them durable too. We play by placing them to a baking tray.
Another option would be to print files out and glue to the cardboard for durability, or laminate them using  Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets.

Little mouse, are you in a red house? Printable game for toddlers. Free printable. creative activities for toddlers, activities for 18 month old, activities for 19 month old, activities for 20 month old, activities for 21 month old, activities for 22 month old, activities for 23 month old, activities for 24 month old, activities for two year old

Here are the printables, and I hope your toddler will enjoy the game!

Mouse and houses of primary colors

Secondary colors

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