This emergency vehicles printable board game is great for toddlers and preschoolers. Simply print and assemble, then play!
We love playing board games as a family. From the time my children were preschoolers, we used board games to help reinforce counting, turn taking and more. We have built quite the collection of printable board games to keep the cost down, and to find a game for just about any theme we are working on.
If you are working on a community helpers unit, this simple emergency vehicles board game is perfect.
Emergency Vehicles Printable Board Game for Kids
This board game is a simple roll and move game. There aren’t any spaces to get trapped, move backwards, or anything else that is complicated.
Simply print, assemble, and play! This emergency vehicles printable board game is great for toddlers and preschoolers. In a lot of ways it is a matching game as children need to roll, and then identify the next matching square to their roll on the game board.
Toddlers will love to learn about fire trucks, police cars and ambulances while playing this one!
Finish the game by rolling a police car to land on the last space of the game board. If your child has a hard time understanding winning and losing, make it a collaborative game where you both need to reach the police car to ‘win’! This way you can cheer for one another rather than race to the finish.
How to assemble the printable dice:
This game board comes with a printable dice. To assemble, cut out the entire dice around the edge (do not cut out each individual square).
Fold along all of the black lines to form a cube.
Place glue or tape along the flaps to secure the dice into a cube.
**If you have pocket cube dice (a good investment if you print a lot of games) then you can cut each individual square to place inside the pocket cube.
Get the Emergency Vehicles Printable Board Game here
To download this printable board game, simply click on the image below and print! Print as many copies as you need.
Tip: Print on heavyweight paper like card stock, or laminate to use over and over again.