Jumanji first debuted as an action-adventure family movie starring the late comedian and actor Robin Williams. Later, it was picked up as a Disney reboot featuring Dewayne Johnson, also known as The Rock. Both movies were a hit and children across the world loved them. The movies have given children toys, activities, and even coloring pages. If you are working with your preschool child on some of their basic lessons and development, you can incorporate Jumanji coloring pages in fun ways. Here are some of those methods and what to know about each one.
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Working on memory is one of the key lessons for preschoolers. Matching games are a great way to do this. So, how do you make a memory game from Jumanji coloring pages? There are a few ways you can do this. You can find coloring pages of the animals from Jumanji. Have your child name what the animal is and what they look like, then let them color the page. You can also ask them key points about the animals like asking them what a tiger looks like and what sound it makes. If they answer correctly, they can color the picture and put it in a coloring journal of all their other coloring pages.
You can also find smaller coloring pages or coloring pages that are made for memory games or matching games. Have your child color the smaller pictures, then use the pictures for matching. Lay them out face down on the table and have your children turn one of the pictures over. Then they turn to another picture and try to match it.
Animal Names and Facts
There were several animals featured in the movie Jumanji. What better way to teach your children about animals than using coloring pages? Find different coloring pages of the different animals. Have your child color them. Now, use the coloring pages as the first page of an animal journal. Each day they can find out something new about the animal and draw their own pictures to match. They can learn what the animals eat, what they drink, where they live, and what habitats they do best in.
Counting is a basic lesson that preschoolers should be taught. There are a number of games children can play to help learn those numbers as well. You can use coloring pages as a game board. Have the child pick out their Jumanji coloring page. Let them color the page and ask them how many times they used the color red or blue, green, yellow, and others.
You can then take the page and draw a pathway, like Candy Land and other board games. Draw the pathway around the main animal on the coloring page. Now use dice and have the children roll the number that the dice give. This helps with counting and helps children to learn patience and to wait their turn.
There are a number of board games you can create with foam board, dice, and a Jumanji coloring page. Take the coloring page your child has picked out and colored in their own style. place it in the middle of a piece of foam board. Now, use the border the foam board creates to create the game. You can do a basic roll and move game, a counting game, or you can start on basic adding. Whatever board game sounds ideal to you and helps your child would be great. It also shows kids that they can make something from another item like the coloring page making the game.