We now have free 20×20 inch Trivial Pursuit printable templates. We have one in color and the other in black and white. Should you need to print at a size other than 20 inches you can simply scale the size as follows:
To download your copy you will need to login and click here. If you are not registered, you will need to register an account first.
This is a fun little candy land type summer board game that you can play based on left and right feet. You could either use pictures of the feet on a dice, or write left and right on them for the older kids. You can also play with a normal dice and just have the player say whether they landed on a left foor or a right foot and if they get it wrong they go back to their last space.
Click the image for free download files.
I’ve been working on an “easy to edit” Candyland template and wanted to share math board game ideas that you could easily create with it. The game would be played with pawns and a dice. When each user rolls they would go to the next space that’s answer matched the number on the dice. You could play with one dice (to make it simple) or two dice for more complicated math problems depending on the age group.
If you purchase this download you will get two downloads – one blank and the other with the simple math problems on this screenshot. For $1.50 it’s worthwhile. Think of how many times you can use this template.
Here’s an excellent “math based scrabble” you can buy on Amazon.com. I love it. Just click the picture and you’ll be redirected to Amazon.com where you can get more details or even purchase it. The price is a lot more than my template for the Math based Candyland.
I’m really excited about this new gold miners game. This gold miners game is a knockoff from Ravensburger’s “Eureka Gold” that was made back in the 1980s. It’s a game about miners and bandits. You have to collect gold as a miner and make sure not to get caught by a bandit. This is a favorite game of mine and reinforces math skills for ages 6 – 9. Unfortunately, they don’t make the game anymore
I’m not trying to infringe on the origional copyright. Just trying to provide a solution for teachers that may need a copy of the game for their classroom. Please outright purchase if you can find a copy.
If you want to play you have to scour eBay or make your own here! Amazon occasionally sells a used version too. So it’s not impossible to buy your own gold miners game.
Click the image to download (however, we do require a valid email and registration on our site to download – we feel that’s fair for offering this free).
I will be adding the board game pieces soon so please bookmark this page and check back soon. I really hope you enjoy this fantastic game as much as I have.
If you’re curious about the rules of this gold miner’s game click here for the original Eureka Gold game rules.
I’ve created a simple to use PDF that has 6 trivial pursuit cards per page that can be printed front and back. All you have to do to use the template is tab and type through each card. You can even save them to use again next year.
You can this custom template for making trivia classroom games like:
It sells for $1. Not much, but enough to help me keep making games.
How much fun to make a family orientated (or girl scout troop oriented) Trivial Pursuit memories game. You could have a a category for family vacation memories, a category for household (or troop) rules, etc. You could even make a category for each member of your family or girl scout troop.
This simple type and tab trivial pursuit card template can help make your own homemade trivia games. You don’t have to be a graphic designer, or have Photoshop. All you need is the free Acrobat Reader to open the file, then you can tab and type your way through.
It sells for $1.50. Not much, but enough to help me keep making easy to edit game templates.
Here’s one card from our family trivia game, just to give you some good ideas to start your own.
I now have an easy to modify editable Monopoly template. You can change the names of the properties, railroads, etc in minutes by clicking, typing and tabbing (and then typing and tabbing again). You start at the start space, and end up traveling around the board typing, just like you would play the game.
The template takes you all around the game board from “GO” to “Boardwalk” and “Parkplace”. You can even save it after you make your changes so you can easily print it off again, or make another Monopoly type board with different property titles.
This set also includes the property cards, chance cards, community chest cards and Monopoly money. Everything is customization and you don’t need graphics software to do it. All you need is the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. All of this costs $3.00. This fee gives me money to keep creating more great templates like this (Trivial Pursuit is next). All the Monopoly templates that I offered free before will continue to be free.