FREE Paw Patrol Find the Badge Printable Game
We are still in the planning phase for my son’s 6th Birthday. This year he asked for a Paw Patrol party to which I quickly agreed. Recently, we shared our FREE Paw Patrol Printable Game Cards and today we are sharing another FREE game. Since the party is yet to happen, photos in this post are of printables only. After the party, we will be sure to post some pictures from the big event!
Paw Patrol Find the Badge Printable Game
The purpose of this game is to find all the badges and match them to the character in the show before anyone else does! Of course it doesn’t have to be a competition- either way will be fun.
Preparing the Game
Print the templates on card stock.
(Click the image below to download the templates)
Cut out all the badges. Be sure there is one of each badge for each guest.
Hide the “badges” around the yard or the room.
Give each child a glue stick and the “Find the Paw Patrols’ Badge” paper.
On “GO!” players search for the badges. As they find each badge, they glue it to the paper.
Once they have located all the badges and filled their paper, they wait until the rest of the players have done the same. At this point, a winner can be declared OR the game is simply over.
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Thank you! We’re going to make this into a COVID squad search (if I can get Grandma and Grandpa on board). I’m going to make them into wearable badges. We’ll hide them and have our two littles find them and assign roles for a few adventures (that my 6 year old is eager to plan…She says she wants to be a teacher, and man does she have a knack for planning!)
Hey! I am wondering how big the game card and badges are? I would love to make it two game cards per printed page and smaller badges to find in the matching size. But it only comes up a full size page. I’m not very tech savvy lol
I sent you an email! Hope this is helpful!
I cant open the template can you please send me the link? Pleaseeeee
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Could you please email me link or templates for this? I can’t get it to do right.
Hi, are you able to send me the link also?
I love this idea.
The link is in the post! Click where it says, “templates.” Enjoy!
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I noticed clicking on the word template where it requests users to click on the photo below allows me to access these cute documents. Thanks!
can you please send me links to print. this is not working for me.
Could you please send me the download able I can’t seem to get it to work , many thanks, Susan
Did you receive the templates?
I cannot figure out how to download the templates. When I click the image, it just opens the picture in a new tab. When I save the picture, it splits the 2 pages on one page when I try to print. So I get 1/2 of the board & 1/2 of the badges. Help?? Or, please email the template as I would LOVE to use this at my sons bday party in a few weeks
I have sent you the templates and the links.
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You are welcome!!!
So cute! Thanks for sharing! I’m going to use these for my son’s birthday party.
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