Are you looking to plan the ultimate day dedicated to your little one’s favorite cartoon character? This list of activities and crafts has everything from fun worksheets and resources for teachers to awesome games for the ultimate birthday party! Kids can work towards language and math educational goals alongside their favorite characters. Grab your favorite shades of pink and get ready to enter the Peppa Pig World of Play!
1. Letter Identification
Start your letter-learning journey in the Peppa Pig World! These colorful cards are designed for upper and lower-case letter recognition. Once you’ve reviewed all the letters, create matching or sequencing games to reinforce your alphabet lesson.
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2. Counting with Peppa
Disguise boring math by adding a Peppa Pig twist! These worksheets are aimed at beginners who are learning how to count. After correctly numbering each picture, extend the lesson by having kids count smaller details for more numeracy practice.
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Join Peppa and her friends on a very hot summer day! These reading comprehension worksheets are a fantastic addition to individual reading time. For teachers, they’re a super simple way to collect real-time student data during literacy units.
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Word searches are a super easy activity to work on vocabulary goals. Once your kids have found all their words, they can use them to build sentence structures and creative writing skills. Why not invite them to share their original stories during story time?
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5. Memory Match
Put those cognitive skills to the test with a fun game! Begin by printing and cutting out these characters from the Peppa Pig World. Next, lay them face down and see how fast your little ones can match them all! Afterward, create simple sentences about each character to build vocabulary skills.
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6. Peppa Puzzles
Puzzles, puzzles, puzzles! Recreate scenes from the Peppa Pig World with these colorful printables. After cutting out the picture icon squares, you can adjust the level of difficulty by either providing your learners with a copy of the final image or challenging them to solve the puzzle without it.
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7. Peppa Pig Coloring Pictures
Set up a quiet coloring station for a bit of zen time and invite kids to color their favorite Peppa Pig scenes. These adorable coloring pages make for great fine motor skills practice such as coloring inside the lines!
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8. Messy Art
If your kids are too little for coloring worksheets, organize a messy art activity instead! Give them templates of their beloved cartoon characters and let them decorate with sponge paints, craft paper, markers, and more! Why not create an art gallery to show off their finished creations?
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9. How to Draw Peppa Pig
Work on color recognition and drawing skills with this easy-to-follow instructional video. Whether they choose to draw Daddy Pig or Peppa herself, your kids’ inner artists will shine through. Suggest that they show off their skills by illustrating birthday cards for friends and family!
10. Small World Shoe Box
Recreate the world of Peppa and her friends with an old shoe box. First, paint the interior of the box, making sure to add the muddy puddles! Next, grab character figurines or puppets from the Peppa Pig World of Play and let your kids’ imaginations run wild.
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11. Peppa Pig Puppets
Act out your kids’ favorite scenes with these cute stick puppets! Invite kids to trace and cut out the characters on thin cardboard before having them draw faces and color each character. Then put their acting chops to the test with an impromptu puppet show!
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12. Paper Plate Pigs
The addition of googly eyes will make this paper plate craft extra fun! Begin by having kids cut out pink tissue paper into pieces before having them practice gluing skills by covering the entire plate. Don’t forget to add ears, feet, and a snout!
This simple craft is perfect for the holiday season. Cut various colors of felt into eyes, ears, snouts, and mouths before helping your little ones glue the pieces to create their favorite character. Finally, carefully poke a paper clip into the top to hang on a tree!
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A birthday classic, pin the tail makes for the ultimate party fun. Give each of your guests a tail before blindfolding them. You can decide whether or not they are allowed to shout out directions to help find Peppa.
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The Peppa Pig World wouldn’t be complete without a duck pond! This game can be adapted to a number sequencing or word-building game by labeling the bottom of the ducks. Or you could use magnetic ducks to have a duck fishing race!
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See how many balls you can get into Peppa Pig’s mouth! This party game makes for hours of fun for guests of all ages. Create a large Peppa Pig figure out of recycled cardboard before using ping pong balls or bean bags to feed Peppa!
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17. Pass the Pig
Immerse your party guests in the Peppa Pig World of Play! Wrap a fun present in layers of paper, one for each guest. Then toss the packet around, with each person removing a layer when the music stops. The final player gets a well-earned prize!
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After cake baking, recycle your leftover egg cartons! Cut out each egg cup and create a paint station for kids to decorate their own snouts. When they’ve dried, carefully poke holes on either side and thread a string through. Voila! An adorable pig snout kids can wear during playtime.
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Get ready for your Peppa Party with these adorable pig ears. Cut and glue ear-shaped felt to headbands to give to guests as they arrive. Or set up a crafting station for kids to make their own ears with their favorite color choices!
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Practice scissor skills with dress-up activity sheets! This fun activity is great for older elementary students working on their fine motor skills. For younger kids, cut out the pieces and have them list Peppa’s clothes and all the colors they see.
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These pre-made digital activities cater to autistic children. The videos talk kids through big life events like birthdays, moving houses, and going on adventures with parents. There are also episodes on how to incorporate toy-based learning into your lesson plans.
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