4th of July Memory Game Patriotic Fun (free printable)
Are you looking for fun, yet free games? If so, you are going to love our free 4th of July memory game printable.
Engage your little ones in patriotic fun with our 4th of July memory game, a fantastic addition to your holiday activities for kids. Watch them exercise their memory skills while celebrating the spirit of Independence Day!
Memory games are great for preschoolers and younger kids, but I have to admit I love them too.
There are 36 different patriotic images to print out, and you can design the back however you want.
These free printable memory games are a perfect game to play on Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Patriots Day, or just anytime you are feeling patriotic.
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Patriotic Memory Game Perfect for the Holidays
The kids are going to love this Independence Day themed memory match game.
The kids will get to make matching pairs of the following patriotic images:
- American flag
- Bald eagle
- Patriotic cupcakes
- People dressed in patriotic clothes
- and lots of stars and stripes!
- cardstock (normal paper will work, but you might be able to see the images through it)
- paper cutter or scissors
- laminator (optional)
How to play the 4th of July memory game
Download the 4th July memory game below. There are 3 pages included with 36 different images on and it will print out in portrait. Make sure to check the printer settings.
This free printable 4th July game is free to print but is for personal use or classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page to get the pdf file.
You will need to print the pages twice, so you can match the images.
We like to decorate the back of the images.
So cut around the border around the edge so you are just left with the 36 images.
Then just grab your coloring pens (these are the ones we love and use all the time) and have fun.
When you have printed the 6 pages you will need to cut out all of the different images.
I prefer to use a paper cutter as it’s easier, quicker, and more accurate, but scissors will work too.
Now you will have two sets of 36.
Shuffle them up and lay them on the table face down in rows to make it easier, or just randomly on the table for older kids.
Playing the game is simple. Take it, in turn, to turn over only 2 images. If it is a match you can either remove them from the game and place them in front of you or leave them turned over face up.
The winner is the person who creates the most matches.
We also love this Brain Games sticker by number with 28 images all about America to sticker.
Other Free Patriotic Printables
Whatever holiday you are celebrating, or just feeling patriotic you are going to love these other free patriotic printables.
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Why not pretend you are the President for the Day and decide what changes you would make.
This is a great writing activity for kids young and old.
Download our President's Day coloring pages, and color all 46 Presidents in funky colors! Or research them and color them in with how they looked. How many had grey hair?
Download our free patriotic color by number worksheets. Perfect for any holiday celebrating America.
Great for the classroom, this Memorial Day word search is a fun educational activity.
Unscramble these patriotic words with this free download.
Have lots of fun on Independence Day with our free scavenger hunt printable. How many will you find?
Have some educational fun on the 4th of July with this word search puzzle.
Have fun on Veterans Day with our free coloring pages.
Download the free memory game printable for the 4th of July
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
Last Updated on 3 June 2023 by homeschoolof1