Responsibility for Preschoolers: Free Memory Game

After we played with the interactive book for a while, we played with our newest memory game. Using the same sentences as in the interactive book, we worked on some matching.

This free memory game for learning responsibility is perfect for preschoolers and beginning readers! Clear pictures and easy words mean they can play and learn!

Depending on the skill level of your child you can use all the cards or just a few at a time. With Shiloh, I use the cards face up and she finds the matching cards since she does not have the concentration skills to remember where cards are when they are face down.

Materials needed for the Responsibility Memory Game:

Card stock or scrapbook paper

Laminating pouches

Print

How to prep: Print 2 copies of pages 3-5 on card stock or the white side of scrapbook paper. Laminate for durability.

This free memory game for learning responsibility is perfect for preschoolers and beginning readers! Clear pictures and easy words mean they can play and learn!


How to use: With the cards face-down in a rectangle, the first player will turn over two cards. If they match, the child keeps the cards and tries for another match. If they don’t match, it is the next players turn. Play is finished when all the matches have been found. Winner has the most matches.
Limit the amount of cards for young learners by using 3-4 pairs to start and increasing the number of pairs as their skills improve.

This free memory game for learning responsibility is perfect for preschoolers and beginning readers! Clear pictures and easy words mean they can play and learn!

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