Owl Board Game – Free Owl Printable

Do you enjoy playing board games with your students? If so, I have the perfect one for you! The Owl Board Game is a fun and educational game that helps students practice visual motor skills, counting, and visual-spatial skills. Plus, this Owl Printable is FREE to print! Simply download the game board below, and you’re ready to play. Happy gaming! 🙂

How Does the Owl Board Game Work?

All you need to do is follow these three steps to access the free board game:

  1. Sign up to receive the weekly email newsletters and announcements from Your Therapy Source.
  2. You will be redirected to the download page where you can print the Owl Board Game.
  3. Grab small crayons or pencils and color in the circles as you move along the board game to get to the finish line.

How to Play the Owl Board Game

There are two ways to play this game – against each other or as a cooperative game where there are no specific winners.

The object of the game is to be the first player to make it the Owl in the FINISH circle. Each player needs a printed copy of the game board. At the start of the game, player one rolls a die. 

Color inside the number of circles that you roll. Don’t forget to check the arrows if you can go up or down spaces. 

If you go backward, color in the circle a darker shade. Continue taking turns until the first player colors their way to the FINISH circle. 

To play it as a cooperative game with a shared objective, work together to see how fast you can get to the single owl at the top of the page.

To use it as a one-player game, again see how few rolls of the dice it takes for you to get to the finish line. 

Want to Play it Over and Over Again?

If you want to replay the game over and over again you can:

  • print multiple black and white copies
  • have one player color it in and laminate the game. Use game markers to move along the board instead of coloring in the circles. This is a good option for younger kids who may not be able to color inside the lines but they can count and move a game piece along the path.

What Skills Are Kids Working on When Playing the Owl Board Game?

This game exposes children to a variety of skills such as:

  • fine motor skills
  • visual-motor skills
  • visual-spatial skills
  • cooperation
  • turn taking
  • problem solving

More Owl Themed Activities

When Is a Good Time To Play This Game?

This free owl printable is great for:

  • fine motor stations
  • pre-writing practice
  • Occupational Therapy sessions
  • carry over activities for at home
  • indoor recess
  • early finishers
  • cooperative game play

Download Your FREE Copy of the Owl Board Game Here

Thank you for your interest. Sign up to receive the weekly email newsletter and other announcements from Your Therapy Source. You will be redirected to the owl board game to help make learning fun. If you can not see the sign up box, click on the blue box in the lower right-hand corner for help.