If you have a Star Wars fan or are looking for some Star Wars activities to do on May the Fourth (Star Wars Day). Download our free Star Wars memory game today and have some fun!
We love playing memory games in our home, and as a really young child, my son has managed to beat me! We still love to play memory games now, mainly because he loves to win! But this is a fun game for the whole family.
There are 12 different images to print out, which is perfect for older toddlers and preschoolers.
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Star Wars Memory Game
- cardstock (normal paper will work, but you might be able to see the images through it)
- paper cutter or scissors
Download the elf memory game printable below. There is one page included with 12 different images and it will print out in portrait. Make sure to check the printer settings.
You will need to print the page twice, so you can match the images.
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.
Now you will have two sets of 12 images (so 24 total images.)
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 for the memory game.
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.
Star Wars Memory Game Printable
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
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Last Updated on 24 July 2022 by homeschoolof1