Spring Game for Kids
Spring is a time of growth and renewal, and what better way to encourage children’s development than with a fun and educational game?
Our Spring memory game is specifically designed with spring symbols in images and words, making it a fantastic way to introduce or reinforce vocabulary related to the season while also improving cognitive skills.
Playing memory is a great activity for children of all ages, as it helps improve their concentration, memory retention, and cognitive abilities.
Our Spring memory game takes it a step further by incorporating images and English words related to the season, such as “butterfly,” “ladybug,” “rainbow,” and more. It’s a fun way for children to learn new words and expand their language skills.
Teachers can use our Spring memory game in the classroom as a fun and interactive activity that also helps improve children’s language skills and cognitive abilities. It’s perfect for early finishers, and it can be easily incorporated into lesson plans to reinforce vocabulary related to the season.
Parents can also use it at home as a fun activity to spend quality time with their children while also helping them learn.
So why not add our Spring memory game to your educational resources?
It’s a fun and engaging way to celebrate the season while also improving children’s cognitive and language skills. Order now and watch as your child blossoms into a confident learner and language speaker this Spring!
Print and Play this colorful, fun matching/memory game specially designed for the Spring season.
This memory game Includes images and words of Spring.
There are two sets of cards to choose from:
Set 1: Cards with images suitable for the little learners’ preschool and kindergarten.
Set 2: Cards with images and Spring words in English to match the right image.
Suitable for primary school grades 1-2 and homeschooling.
This product contains 48 pieces and 24 cards in each set.
The size of each card: 2.4″ x 2.4″ inch
You will find these Spring words on the cards:
How to prepare the cards:
- Print in color on cardstock paper.
- Cut the cards using a ruler and a cutting knife or have a guillotine paper cutter.
- If possible, we highly recommend you laminate it, making the cards much more durable.
How to play:
Arrange the cards with their face down. If these cards are identical, then the player keeps these cards. If not similar, they place them back, face down, to the same place they were before. Each player, in their turn, should
turn only two cards.
The winner is the one who has the highest amount of pairs.