Easter Egg Memory Game

Want to play a little matching or memory game? Check out this free printable Easter egg matching game I made for E!

{Click here for my other Easter printables! I also have a 7 Days of Easter Egg Printables for Kids series. If you need a simpler version with larger cards and fewer matches, try the Easter Egg Matching Game for Toddlers.}

There are many ways of using this printable for different matching or memory games.

Free printable Easter egg matching game - play matching or memory games at any skill level!

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Materials for Easter Egg Matching Game

 

Free printable Easter egg matching game - play matching or memory games at any skill level!

 

What’s in the Printable PDF File?

This is a one-page printable. After the download, print it out, preferably on thicker paper like cardstock or scrapbook paper to make sure the images aren’t visible from the back. Lamination is optional if your paper is thick enough. Cut the page apart at the black lines.

Free printable Easter egg matching game - play matching or memory games at any skill level!

You can use all 20 pairs, or start out with just a few pairs and work your way up to using all of them. You can play with a partner, in a group, or a child can play by himself. You can use the cards face up, face down, or you can split the matches into two stacks, lay the cards from one stack out face up, and draw cards from the other stack to match them up.

Free printable Easter egg matching game - play matching or memory games at any skill level!

 

Are your kids learning their sight words?

This Feed the Bunny game includes all of the Dolch sight words and Dolch nouns, and if you’re working on something else, you can simply edit the file to include your learning objectives. Also includes editable labels and editable recording sheets.

Practice all Dolch sight words or any other learning objective with this cute, editable Feed the Bunny Sight Word Game! Print out the sight words you need or edit the file to include letters, numbers, words, mathematical equations, or whatever else you're working on.

 

Free printable Easter egg matching game - play matching or memory games at any skill level!

Download your free Easter Egg Matching Game!

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Like the clip art?

My Easter Egg I Spy Game uses the same set.

 

Are you looking for more printable Easter games?

Easter Egg Hunt Roll and Cover Game

Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles

Easter Kids Matching Game for Toddlers

Easter Egg I Spy Game

 

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15 Comments

  1. Kaylene Paterson says:

    Hi I am going to use to play matching game with my grandson. Thanks

  2. Jennifer P says:

    This is so great!! thank you for sharing this. I have a daycare with all kids under the age of 3. This will be great for them!!

  3. Thank you Tina! This will be a perfect game for our granddaughter’s 4th birthday here on Easter week-end.

  4. Where is the printable file?

    1. Hi Amanda,

      there’s a sign-up form in the middle of the post where you need to enter your email address to allow me to send you an email with the download link.

      Have a great day,
      -Tina

  5. Hi Tina,
    I’m trying to locate the free Easter Egg Memory Game. I’d like to use it during my center time with my kindergarteners. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Pearl, please enter your first name and email address in the form in the middle of the post. Once you do that, I’ll immediately send you an email with a link to the file.

      Have a great day,
      -Tina