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When I think of the game of Memory, so many fun childhood memories come flooding in. I grew up playing this game with my Mormor (Grandma) late into the evening with a cup of hot apple cider. It was one of my favorite games to play with her. Naturally, I thought this would be so fun to play with my students! I am adding this to my Halloween game tubs for Fun Fridays and Halloween day.
The game begins by laying all cards face down. The first player will turn over two cards to see if they match. If they do, the player picks up the cards and places in front of them. If they do not match, the player will turn the cards face down again in the same location. The game repeats until all matches have been found.
TEACHER TIP: Be sure to print the memory cards on cardstock or mount to construction paper. I learned the hard way when I printed on copy paper and all the cards were see-through!
The best teaching resources can be used for multiple purposes. These cards do just that! I like to use for teaching new vocabulary by showing the words and photo cards in a pocket chart. You can also pass out one card to each student as a writing prompt. They make great partner picking cards too! Just pass out all cards and your students will find their partner by matching their card to someone else.
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This post may contain Amazon affiliate links. I earn a small commission each time someone makes a purchase through one of my affiliate links, which helps to support The Primary Brain blog. As always, I only recommend products that I love and all ideas shared are my own.Written on October 20th, 2017 by Laurin Brainard