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8 Printable Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Games for Parties and Celebrations

Adele has been a youth librarian for 20 years. She enjoys reading stories to kids and performing puppet shows.

This article has 8 printable easy Winnie-the-Pooh games to play with a group of children.

This article has 8 printable easy Winnie-the-Pooh games to play with a group of children.

Games to Play for Winnie-the-Pooh Celebrations

The characters in the classic Winnie-the-Pooh books have charmed children for decades. In this article, you will find a variety of games based on the characters and E. H. Shepard’s illustrations.

Printable Game Pages

This link leads to a printable document that includes the words and artwork for each of the first seven games described in this article: Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Printable Games.

The link to the 8th game, the Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Board Game, is a separate link near the end of this article where the board game is discussed.

Games, Example Sheets, and Descriptions

Below, you will see a description of each game along with pictures that show what the printable documents look like. To make the thumbnail pictures bigger, simply click on them. Remember that the link the first seven games is at the beginning of this article. The link to the eightj game, the Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Board Game, is at the end of the article. You can click there to be taken to the PDF document. All of the artwork is from Wikimedia Commons and is in the public domain.

1. Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Matching Game (Pages 2–3)

In this game, your guests will challenge their memories.

  • Print these pages onto card stock.
  • Cut out the cards along the solid lines; then turn them all over face-down.
  • Mix them up & then have your guests turn them over one by one to see if they can make a match!

2. Classic Pooh Scavenger Hunt (Pages 4–8)

This is a fun game that gets your guests moving and challenges their powers of observation.

  • Print out these pages.
  • Cut out the pictures along the solid lines .Use masking tape or removable party to put the pictures on walls and objects around your house, classroom, or other space.
  • See if your guests can find them all!
  • Note that page 4 is the master list you can give to your guests that will show them which pictures they are looking for. You may want to print more than one copy of that page.

3. Classic Pooh Mazes (Pages 9–11)

These three pages each have a different maze that you can print.

  • The first, circular one is the easiest.
  • The next one is a medium difficulty.
  • The last one is the most difficult.

4. Pooh Drawing Game (Pages 12–13)

This is a game that is like the popular Pictionary® game.

  • Print out the two sheets and then cut along the solid lines to make slips with words on them.
  • Fold the slips, and place them in a bowl or a hat.
  • Have each guest pick the slip and then draw the word they see on the slip.
  • Others on their team can guess what the word is.
  • It’s good to have a timer and allow 1 to 2 minutes for each participant to draw their word.

5. Pooh Name Game (Page 14)

This game is a good icebreaker and gets your guests moving around and asking questions of each other.

  • Print out the page with the name slips.
  • Cut out the slips along the solid lines.
  • Tape one slip to the back of each guest’s shirt. Don’t let them see where you put on their back.
  • Have your guests ask the others questions that can only be answered with a yes or a no.
  • See if they can ask enough questions to guess which character is taped to their back.
Page to print for the name game.

Page to print for the name game.

6. Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Four Corners Game (Pages 15–19)

This is a game that will get your guests moving. If you have a small room, you might want to emphasize that you would like them to walk from place to place. You will be asking them questions, and they literally vote with their feet, going to stand next to the picture that best answers the question for them. The list of questions starts with factual questions, but the last two questions ask for opinions.

  • Print out the list of questions and the four following pictures (pages 15-19 of the document.)
  • Tape one of the pictures onto the wall of each of the 4 corners of a room.
  • Then read the questions on the first sheet and have your guests walk to that corner of the room to show which character best answers the question for them.

7. Pooh Charades (Page 20)

This game gets your guests moving and acting out different characters from Winnie-the-Pooh.

  • Print the page.
  • Cut along the solid lines to make a slip for each character.
  • Fold the slips and place them in a bowl or hat.
  • Divide your guests into two teams.
  • Have your guests draw a slip and act out the character on that slip.
  • Use a timer to allow each team one or two minutes to guess the character.
Here is the page you can print for charades.

Here is the page you can print for charades.

8. Winnie-the-Pooh Board Game

This is a board game based on the story that shows Pooh trying to get to the top of the honey tree. You will print out four sheets for the game board, then tape them together to allow for a game board bigger than a letter size piece of paper. Here is a link to the printable document: Winnie-the-Pooh Printable Board Game.

To play this game, you will need the printed game sheets, something to use as game pieces, and a die to roll.

  • Print out the game sheets. You will have 4 of them.
  • Tape the pieces together so that they look like the picture of the complete game sheet below.
  • Find something to use as game pieces for the game. You could use coins, small candies, or game pieces from another board game that you have.
  • The players will put their game pieces on the appropriate start circle.
  • Each player will roll a single die and move their pieces the number on the die.
  • Next all the players playing “bees” will roll their die and move that number.
  • The first player to make it to FINISH wins the game.
  • Players whose turn lands on the red space will need to go back two places.
Here is what the finished game board should look like.

Here is what the finished game board should look like.

Ideas for Prizes and Treats

It’s nice to get “a little something” for participating in a game. Here are some ideas, keeping in mind the themes of honey and bears.

  • Honey Sticks
  • Honey Nut Cheerios ®
  • Bit-o-Honey ® Candy
  • Teddy Bear Gummies
  • Teddy Grahams ®

© 2022 Adele Jeunette

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