Printable Halloween Memory Game For Toddlers And Preschoolers

This Halloween memory game is perfect for the upcoming holiday. Great for younger kids to play as there is nothing spooky about this at all.
Memory games are great. Not only do they teach children how to use their minds and memory but they also can help them associate words and colors as well. Perfect for Halloween Party games for kids!
Make certain that you print out this printable game. It really doesn’t get much more simple than that. 

 Halloween Memory Game

This printable memory game for toddlers is great to have on hand during the week leading up to Halloween. It’s no secret that kids LOVE Halloween and sometimes, when they’re overly excited about something, it can feel like it’s going to take forever to arrive.
Why not help pass the time with this matching game for toddlers? Young learners can play this without even having to worry about reading. Talk about a great way to build their curiosity and game-playing confidence! 

 The rules

This memory game isn’t hard at all and that’s just one of the reasons that it’s so much fun!

  • Take turns drawing cards
  • Each person draws one card, flips it over, looks at it and then flips another card to try to find a match
  • If a match is made, keep those cards and count them as 1 point
  • Play until all the matches are made
  • If you’re keeping score, the one with the most points wins
That’s literally all there is to it! 
 Examples of Halloween images that your toddler will be trying to match:
  • Web 
  • Pumpkin
  • Candy Corn
  • Poison
  • Witch’s Hat
  • Bat
  • Black Cat
  • and more!

 Laminate it to last

This game is so much fun but little hands can have a lot of wear and tear. If you want to keep it lasting as long as possible without having to reprint, you can laminate them so that they’ll withstand liquids and toddler tears. 
Once you laminate them, you can keep them in your purse in a bag so that this game can be played anywhere that you go.
Katie Chiavarone is a MomSpeak contributor and writes Views from a Step Stool, where this post originally appeared.
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