Farms are such a fun theme for early learners!
We got to visit an animal sanctuary a few months ago and the kids were amazed at how large many of these animals are in real life. Even a pig can weigh up to a few hundred pounds!
We’ve already shared some fun farm activities here, so I thought this low-prep five in a row printable farm game would be a nice addition for early ages!
This is an excellent activity when you’re running short on time and need to reinforce counting to five skills! Plus, you can use it at math centers if you laminate the boards.
Read on to see how to get your copy! And, for more fun with farms, pick up our paper bag farm puppets kids can make!
Five In a Row Printable Farm Game for Kids
To use this five in a row printable farm game for kids, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer Paper
- Mini erasers or buttons (for game play)
- Laminator (optional)
This five in a row game works like a traditional bingo game.
Except – instead of calling out numbers, players roll the farm animal die to see which animal they can mark off.
They also choose where to place their game pieces. So it’s a fun way to practice strategy skills too!
The first player to get five farm animals in a row wins!
I loved printing this on AstroBrights paper, but you can also use white printer paper and let students color in the farm animals as they mark them off!
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Take a look at these other farm learning ideas for kids!
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