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When thinking of classic and traditional growing up, the memory match game is right at the top of the list. That’s why I had to put together this fun Halloween memory match game for you this season.
The holidays are such a fun time to spend with your kids. Besides the normal pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, and other Fall-related stuff, you can make anything Halloween related.
This Halloween matching game is for all ages from toddlers to elementary school kids.
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I’ve included a free printable PDF below of this Halloween memory game with no email address required. That means you get to print it and use it with your children, no strings attached.
This game includes 12 matching sets that are all Halloween related. That’s 24 different cards to print out and cut.
Your child can play this memory Halloween game by themselves or with the entire family.
I recommend printing this set on cardstock, so you cannot see through the paper. It also helps the game stand up through multiple rounds of play, especially with toddlers.
Keep reading to get your free printable game below.
Halloween Memory Match Game
A fun and easy Halloween game to play with kids of all ages. Includes tips to play with young toddlers.
- Cardstock paper
- Printer with colored ink
- Print out the cards and cut each picture into individual squares
- Mix up the cards without looking at them
- Place all cards face down
- Take turns turning over 2 cards at a time trying to find a match
- If you find a match, collect the cards and play again
- If you collect 3 matches in a row, it is now the next person’s turn
- The person with the highest number of matches wins!
To make this game easier for younger toddlers, use fewer matches at a time. Start with 4 sets of matching cards and work your way up to all 12 matching sets.
To download your free game, click on the image below (or click here)
Have fun playing this fun Halloween game with your kids and toddlers!