Free Printable Match Game Packet

My children adore matching games – from preschool all the way up to my first grader!

Besides the fact that they’re just plain fun, matching games have so much educational benefit.  They are a frequent flyer during our homeschool week.

Matching Games for Preschoolers

 

Match Game Packet

Today’s Preschool Printable includes 3 different Match Game sets – zoo animals, transportation vehicles, and fruit.

To prepare the games, first print them on your printer.  Laminate them if your kiddos are going to play with them over and over for longer durability.  Then cut them apart on the gray lines.

Use the Match Games sets to play a Memory-style game with your preschooler.  If your child is very young, simply lay them face up and let your child choose the ones that match.

If your child is a little older, he can possibly play a more traditional style of Match Game, turning them all face down.

If you and your child need a change of pace, you can mix all three Match Game sets together and use this as a sorting/classifying activity.

 

 

Click on the image to download the Match Game Packet:

Match Games For Preschoolers

 

Download other free printable match games at Mama’s Learning Corner:

Brown Bear, Brown Bear Match Game

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Match Game

Christmas Match Game

Thanksgiving Match Game

Beginning Sounds Match Game

Match Game Packet - set of 3 games, including zoo animals, transportation vehicles, and fruit themes

Comments

  1. Good information. Lucky me I ran across your site by accident (stumbleupon).
    I’ve saved it for later!

  2. Linda Muir says:

    Thank you so much for these games! I will proudly use them with my young students.

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