Friday, September 20, 2013

PBJ Game

I saw this Peanut Butter and Jelly game a while back here.  I immediately went out and got all the supplies to make it and then they just sat in my 'to-do' project basket.  :(  I finally got around to making this little game last weekend and it turned out super cute!!

felt (purple, dark brown, light brown
wooden cube
checkered material (optional)
iron on velcro

I started by making a 'bread' shaped pattern.

Then I cut 4 purple shapes (jelly), 4 dark brown shapes (peanut butter) and 8 light brown (bread).  I made this game such that 4 players could play.

Next, I traced the block onto the felt and cut out squares.  You will need 2 of each color.

Elmer's glue seemed to work fine for gluing them onto the block.

Next I made the sack for the game.  This is optional because I think you could just as easily use a brown lunch bag!  Sorry, I did not take measurements for my bag, but it's pretty self-explanatory how to make it through the pictures.

Once I had the bag made, I just used to iron on velcro for the closure.

The game concept is pretty simple....role the die and make a PBJ sandwich.  We play that you have to make the sandwich in this order...bread, PB, Jelly, bread.  If it's your turn and you don't roll the piece of the sandwich you need, then it moves to the next persons turn.

This is a great idea!  And the kids love rolling the die to make a PBJ sandwich.  Thanks Family Home and Life blog!

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  1. Cute idea! I'm hosting a throw pillow giveaway that you should enter!

  2. Very fun! Thanks for linking up to my Pin Me Linky Party!