Parking Lot Game Updates

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Oooh, have I got a treat for you today! I’m so giddy about this that I’m doing a little jig on the other side of my computer screen! Want to happy dance with me?

After the Parking Lot Game was posted, I felt like there was something missing and it wasn’t “just right”. So, I went back to the drawing board and made it better!  I really think you’ll love the new and improved Parking Lot Game Pack.

Parking Lot Game

Here’s a run-down of what I did:

  • Added several game mats to fit the different needs discussed in the comments by people who tried the game with their tots. I started very basic and worked my way up to number words 1-12. Now, there is something for everyone!
  • I also added a shape and colors game mat for the little tots that are working on those concepts.
  • I added printable dice for EACH game mat!
  • I added printable space markers for those that may not have enough cars. These could also be used as counters to help reinforce the number concepts.

This is a Beginning Math Parking Lot Game Pack. It’s 18 pages of Parking Lot Fun!

Want to download the NEW Parking Lot Game Pack? Of course you do!

Here’s the link to the download page.

I’ve got some ideas swirling around in my head for some Beginning Reading Parking Lot Game Mats that I’ll be working on. I also wondered if maybe YOU might have an idea as well…Leave the idea in the comments and I’ll get to work on them! Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. That is too cute! You are so creative!

  2. oh I love that you did one with colors-love the idea and so will my son!! thanks for adding on so many different options-I had filed this away for when my son was a bit older but I can use it now!!

  3. Too late! I already went and bought cars. We have girls, so cars aren’t that plentiful around here, but Grace loved the game. And – you need 10 cars per player. We played it more like BINGO where the first one to fill their card wins because Grace loves winning! I’ll go and check out the improved version, though. We could use better dice.

    And I printed ours on durable photo paper. It looks great and is reusable. The pages should last. I thought about laminating them, but I really don’t think they need it.

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