Rissa’s money was burning a hole in her pocket that day. We’ve never really done an allowance, but as we traveled as a family for missions, sometimes churches would give the kids a special donation, so she had special spending money. Rather than listen for days and days of begging to buy something, anything, we took a trip to the toy store. She could buy anything she wanted with the stipulation that it had to be small enough to fit in the tiny motor home we were living in as we traveled. For what seemed like forever, we wandered the aisles of the store. And then she saw them… As she walked down the aisle filled with Littlest Pet Shop toys, her eyes flicked back and forth as she tried to decide which ones to get. After all they would be perfect for a small space… I don’t remember exactly what she bought that day, but it started a 9-year collection of all things “Littlest Pet Shop”. This Little Pet Matching Board game is perfect for kids who love Littlest Pet shop and was perfect for Rissa’s littlest sister as she has started her love for the tiny animals.
She is having a blast playing with this Pet Matching Board Game with all of her favorite Littlest Pet Shop characters.
Materials needed for the Pet Matching Board Game:
Scrapbook paper for the cards
Two small toys (Littlest Pet Shop figurines work perfectly!)
To prep: Print the game board on paper or card stock. Then print 2 copies of the cards on the white side of scrapbook paper (so they aren’t see-through.)
Then laminate all the pieces for durability and cut out the cards.
My kids have been loving this game and I know yours will too (and you don’t even have to head to the toy store!)