When you’ve lived in your home for a few years, cleaned it hundreds of times, and played hide-and-go-seek more times than you can count, you feel like you know every nook and cranny. There’s nothing like an indoor photo treasure hunt or an indoor safari though to make you realize that there is more to the interior of your house than you thought.
After my girls and I came up with this texture matching game, we realized that we had gained a whole new perspective.
How to Play the Game
During rest time when everybody else was upstairs, I looked around for items in the house that had a distinctive texture. Using small white paper squares and crayons, I made a rubbing of each item. I used different colors to make the game look more appealing and so the kids could quickly distinguish between them.
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