“Memory,” is a very popular game that involves matching images that are either exactly the same are a great deal alike. When playing, “Memory,” you turn over two cards and if they match then they stay flipped-over.
However, should the pictures not go together than they are flipped-back and another set can be uncovered to try and find a match. It is a game that can be played alone or with a partner where each player takes turns to see who can get the most matches–with play continuing until all the cards have been matched.
This set of , “Memory, ” cards has pumpkins that are in various shapes along with the shapes themselves that the pumpkins match with. There are six pairs for 12 cards total that can be made.
How to play “Memory,” Matching Game
To set-up the game you can print the pumpkin shapes and their matching regular shapes on the the white side of scrapbook paper, cardstock, or regular paper which can be laminated (you don’t want to just use printer paper as it rips or tears easily and these cards are going to be picked-up and flipped-over a lot)!
Once everything is printed and/or laminated you can cut the cards into individual pieces, shuffle them, and then you’re ready to play, “Memory,” with these free printables!
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