If you are learning about penguins with your kids you are going to love our free penguin memory game printable.
Printable memory games are great for preschoolers and younger kids, but I must admit I love them too. They are such a simple game, and the first ever game my son won. You know, really won, not me letting him win.
This penguin matching game printable features 12 different images of penguins that the children need to match. Plus the kids can decorate the backs of the cards too.
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Penguin Matching Game Printable
This fun memory game is designed to engage and educate young learners. This free printable offers a fun and interactive way to enhance their understanding of different weather conditions.
Get ready to challenge their memory skills while exploring the fascinating world of weather patterns and elements.
- cardstock (normal paper will work, but you might be able to see the images through it)
- Crayola crayons, or coloring pencils (if you want to decorate the back of the cards)
- paper cutter or scissors
- laminator (optional)
How to play the printable memory game?
Download the weather memory game below. There is 1 page included with 12 different images on and it will print out in portrait. Make sure to check the printer settings.
You will need to print this page out twice.
We like to decorate the back of the images. So cut around the border around the edge so you are just left with the 12 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 2 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.
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.
If you are placing them in rows I find 4 rows with 6 images each works best.
Playing the game is simple. Take it in turns 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.
For even more penguin fun you can have fun with these too:
Penguin games for kids
Don’t let the fun stop here, the kids are also going to love these other penguin games:
Pengoloo is an award-winning wooden memory and color recognition game that captivates kids with its adorable penguin theme. By finding hidden eggs, players train their memory skills and engage in a fun-filled educational activity that promotes cognitive development in an entertaining way.
With the Don’t Break the Ice game children will test their dexterity and strategic thinking. As they carefully remove ice blocks without causing the penguin to fall, this thrilling game keeps kids entertained while developing their motor skills and problem-solving abilities.
In the Baby Penguin Racing Board Game kids aged 4 and up will embark on an exciting journey to help adorable little penguins reach their pool party destination. It’s a hands-on and engaging game that promotes skill-building and guarantees a blast during family game nights.
Tips for downloading the free files
Below is a blue cloud with an arrow pointing downward. Underneath that is a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!
Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.
Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.
Download the printable penguin memory game
These worksheets are free to print but are for personal or classroom use only.
Last Updated on 2 October 2023 by homeschoolof1