Are you familiar with my matching games for toddlers? My son strongly recommends them for your two- and three-year-olds! They’re a great way to get started on matching and the first step to working up to playing full memory games. N wins about 95% of them now at 4 😉
Today, I have another Christmas-related one: Christmas Penguin Matching Game! (I love love LOVE the clip art! N was very impressed, too 🙂 )
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Materials for Christmas Penguins Matching Game
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors.
- Two sheets of paper.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
This is one of my “standard” toddler matching games (like in Match This! Matching Games for Toddlers) with six different images on large cards perfect for small toddler hands. For more experienced matching game players, you can mix and match different matching games for a greater challenge.
Check out these super cute Christmas penguins – I can’t get over the cuteness <3
Print two copies of the matching cards (or an even number of copies of this and other matching games), laminate if you want, and cut the cards apart at the black lines.
There are lots of different skill levels you can play at, from matching with all cards face up to full memory games with cards face down.
Download your Christmas Penguin Matching Game!
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Like the clip art?
My Winter Penguin Labeling Worksheets use one of the penguins from the same set.
Want more like this? I have a whole book of matching games for toddlers!
In my book Match This! Matching Games for Toddlers, I share 30 different matching games that are perfect for toddlers with a limited number of matches (you can mix and match different sets for a greater challenge) and large cards that are easy to pick up and hold. I’ve included instructions for playing memory and matching games at all skill levels and how to extend the activity with other learning objectives for older kids.
Are you looking for more penguin-related activities? I got you!
Penguin Hats Counting Activity by Life Over Cs
Penguin Alphabet Game by The Educators’ Spin On It
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