4-year-old N has graduated from the toddler matching games with a limited number of matches I’ve made for him in the past to full memory games over the past months. The other day, he asked me to make a new one, and I ended up making this Halloween Costumes Memory Game.
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Materials for Halloween Costumes Memory Game
- Printable file (below).
- Two or more sheets of paper.
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors (optional).
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The free file includes one page of twenty memory cards featuring boys and girls dressed in Halloween costumes such as cat, witch, princess, pumpkin, vampire, etc.
Print out the page twice, laminate if desired, and cut the cards apart at the black lines. Shuffle the cards and lay them face-down on the table. Take turns turning over two cards at a time looking for matches. The player who gets a match keeps both cards. Once all cards have been matched, the player who’s won the most cards wins.
In the VIP file, there are three versions of the memory game total: One with images and words, one with images only, and one with words only. They all come in color and black and white for many options for mixing and matching the sets to increase the challenge. If you’re not a VIP member, the full VIP file is also available in my shop.
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