Matching games are fun for children of all ages. I always enjoy playing them with my kids! Do we ever really out grow them? You can simplify the game for young children by playing with all the cards face-up. The memory game I’ve created can also help toddlers and preschoolers learn their colors and shapes. There are lots of learning opportunities in this little game.
Bubble cut around the shape pairs. Following the fusible web instructions use your iron to adhere the shape pairs to different colors of felt.
Now use your rectangle template and a permanent marker to trace nine squares onto each quiet book page. Remember to use a single hole punch to place holes along the edge for binding.
Have fun with your new memory match game!