Feed the Cat Early Learning Game with Free Printable

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Teaching your little ones counting and early learning skills just became easier thanks to this fun Feed the cat Early learning game.

Feed the cat early learning game

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Feed the Cat Early Learning Game with Free Printable

As a parent there are so many skills we want to touch on while our kids are little. However, sometimes it can be tough. That’s why I love this game I’ve put together. It’s a fun way to teach SOOOO Many skills in an easy and fun way!

This fun game will provide hours of learning for your little ones. Best of all you can make these delicious no bake Under the sea cookies with leftover goldfish.  Add in some fun cat themed books like these below:

So read on to check out how to make this fun early learning activity for your little ones! 

Early learning Cat feeding game      

What you’ll need to make this fun Early Learning Game


First print the templates on white cardstock.

Early learning Cat feeding game

Color the fish and cat

Early learning Cat feeding game

Cut the cat’s mouth out, children will need help with this step.

Cut all the fish out along the dashed lines to keep them in groups. There are groups of fish from 1 – 10 making this a great counting activity for Preschoolers.

Now take the cat page and fold back the two sides at the dashed line.Early learning Cat feeding game

This will allow the cat to freely stand up.

Early learning Cat feeding game

Ways to play this fun Early learning game

Count the fish and feed them to the cat

Make  your own fish with letters for letter recognition

Write words on the fish for word recognition

Color the fish in various colors for color recognition

The sky’s the limit to the fun you can have with this fun Early learning game. 

Looking for more cat learning fun? Check out these cat printable learning activities 

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