The cards can be used to inspire lots of play with your children, you just need to print them off, laminate them if you choose, and cut them apart.
1. Wool Wrapping
This is a great fine motor skill that develops finger muscles for writing and dressing. Concentrating on the fiddly task is great for little hands and minds. You will need a selection of wool in the primary and secondary colours featured on the cards. Invite your little one to copy the colour combinations.
If you chose to colour your Flockmen this is a great activity to get little ones to match the colours and recreate the outifts.
3. Felt Clothing
You will need some coloured felt and scissors to make the clothing for the Flockmen. I used a biro to draw around the figures on felt before cutting the shapes in half to create a mix of tops and trousers. If you have an older or more able child then they can cut the pieces themselves before recreating the colour combination outfits.
4. Paper Cutouts
You could print off two sets of cards and keep one to cut and one to refer to, but I chose to use some colour card to make the mini outfits. These can them be matched to the cards.