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This is such a versatile memory game that you can even use with your older children as well as your preschoolers.
For Trey, my two year old, I left the cards as they were. I didn’t add any numbers to it, although if your child is ready for it, you definitely can.(The photo above shows him playing his sister’s version.)
I made the cards extra large for little hands. Quinn loves having the cards spread out over the whole floor and having to stand up and walk around to choose one. For hers, I added numbers she still needs to work on and printed 4 sets of each cards. I added two sets of numbers so even though she found two pumpkins, the numbers also had to match before she could keep it in her pile. I would say things like “What do you call a number that has a one and a nine together like that?” or “That pumpkin has nineteen on it. Can you find the other pumpkin that has nineteen?”
Here she is a little disturbed that her first picks didn’t match. ;)
But she finally got one! Yay!
To print off your own version, use cardstock and print the cards provided here: halloween memory game
You will need to cut them down to 4×6 size, or if you’re like me and have a printer that prints photos, you can just add the 4×6 size cardstock right to the photo paper tray. Depending on your child’s level, you can add numbers or leave it as is! Have fun and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!