It’s inevitable that kids are going to spend some downtime on the computer this summer, so it’s great when on-screen time can translate to creative play. Our kids played animal charades inspired by their favorite Animal Jam characters.
We like it when they spend time on Animal Jam because it educates them about animals. National Geographic provides all the animal facts that kids learn while playing the online game. The Animal Jam website also makes online safety a priority and incorporates messages that teach kids how to protect their privacy while interacting online.
We created these animal game cards, and you can play too! Download our free printable animal cards, print onto cardstock, cut into squares and toss them in a bowl.
The same file can be used to play memory — simply print two copies of the cards. We’ve also included a decorative back that you can print on the reverse side if desired.
If you haven’t already, go check out Animal Jam and help your kids sign up for their account — it’s free! Here’s hoping for an educational and playful summer.
This post was sponsored by Animal Jam, but all the opinions expressed here are our own, and the kids’ smiles for Animal Jam Charades are totally real — no bribing required to capture these pictures. Follow along with Animal Jam on Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter.1