Tacos! Free Game Printable

 
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Full of bright colors, delicious recipes, and clever interactions, we absolutely love this board book series!

To keep the fun going, I created this simple taco game great for color recognition, matching, and fine motor skills.  For our game ingredients, I scoured my craft cabinets for odds and ends:

 Tissue paper for lettuce, yarn for cheese, gift bag filling for tomatoes, black buttons for black beans, yellow beads for corn, and cotton balls for sour cream!

Tissue paper for lettuce, yarn for cheese, gift bag filling for tomatoes, black buttons for black beans, yellow beads for corn, and cotton balls for sour cream!

Use whatever you can find!  If you don't have a million bits and bobs around like I do, you can just make your own with paper and crayons.

Print out the die template below, color, cut, glue... and let the fun begin!

Download Free Printable!

To Play:
  • Each player takes turns rolling the ingredients die and placing corresponding toppings into her "taco" (a folded circle of construction paper).  Use tweezers for extra fine motor practice
  • Try to get all six ingredients into your taco first!
  • For a cooperative version, play "taco stand" and have everyone work together to fill a given number of tacos
  • For older kids, try adding a regular six sided die to the game for an extra challenge.  Roll both dice to see how many of each topping goes in the taco!
 click on the image above to purchase your own copy!

click on the image above to purchase your own copy!