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Free Printable Pre School Board Games : First Moon Landing Themes

Free Printable Pre School Board Games – First Moon Landing Themes

Mankind first walked the face of the moon on July 20, 1969.  The first landing on the moon by Apollo 11 and its crew is a big triumph for the United States as the deed seals its supremacy over Russia in the so called space race of the 1960s. In the end, the Mission Commander of Apollo 11 – Neil Armstrong, became the first man to cruise the moon’s surface. Armstrong, together with Aldrin, planted the United States Flag on the moon’s surface and uttered now-famous words “This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”


Indeed, the first landing on the moon is an accolade that would inspire generations to come. The historic event therefore deserves every bit of mention and story telling to the little ones.  So why not get a brush up on high school history and share to your kids the inspiring tale of Apollo 11’s landing on the moon? And as a post storytelling treat, play board games that depict the challenges the Apollo 11 crew endured for the duration of their space travel. Check out the Free Printable Pre School Board Games featured in this post. The moon landing themed board games are designed for preschoolers.

Free Printable Pre School Board Game Templates


Dice and markers in various colors


Recommended Paper

Use a letter size, glossy finish Card Stock with adequate brightness rating to produce professional looking first landing on the moon boards.


Recommended Printer

The free printable pre school board game is recommended for printing on the Canon PIXMA MX7600 Inkjet. Enjoy laser quality text and superior graphics from this all in one powerhouse.


Printing Procedures

1. Even out the 4 corners of the card stock before loading it.

2. Load the paper in the rear tray with the print side facing up.

3. Align the paper stack with the cover guide located on the right side of the paper support.

4. Pinch the paper guide and slide it against the left side of the paper stack.

5. Specify the page size and media type settings according to the loaded paper. For this paper craft we are using 8.5 x 11 inches cardstock.

6. Print the Free Printable Pre School Board Games.

7. Let it dry.

8. Gather a dice and some markers in different colors and you’re all set to play the first landing on the moon board game.

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