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Patriotic and Fun Fourth of July Memory Game

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Check out this fun Fourth of July Memory Game! This free printable will work on memory attention, and problem-solving, and is a great memory game for kids. If you’re looking for a fun patriotic-themed game that is great for brain health, don’t miss out on this Independence Day printable! You’ll love these 4th of July books for even more fun learning!

This printable memory game for kids is such a fun way to work on cognitive functions for kids, too. Print out this Independence Day memory game today! It’s a fun fourth of July game for the kids and for the family!

easy printable teaches memorization to preschool aged children

Using this patriotic game to improve memory is a great idea. Plus, the kids are going to think that it’s so much fun! Celebrating the 4th of July combined with a little bit of learning is never a bad idea. All ages can join in on this memory matching game! This is one of our red white and blue party games!

What is in this Fourth of July Memory Game printable?

This game is a great way to work on your long term and short term memory. Have the kids take a look and then see what they can actually remember. Who knows, they might shock you with their ability and knowledge!

This is actually fun for kids and adults to play together! They’ll love that the American flags are incorporated into every picture! Will this make it harder for them to remember? We’ll see!

What it includes:

What you’ll receive in this memory game printable is 2 pages full of 4th of July items that you can then cut out, turn over, and take turns trying to flip and match the pictures.

What are the rules of memory match games?

Memory match is a classic memory game that is perfect for all ages. The goal of the game is to memorize the locations of the cards and then match them up in pairs. The game can be played with any number of players, but it is typically played with two players.

To start the game, each player shuffles the deck of cards and then lays them out face down in a grid. The player who goes first flips over two cards.

If the two cards match, the player removes the cards from the grid and takes another turn. If the two cards do not match, the player flips the cards back over and the next player takes a turn.

The game continues until all of the cards have been matched up. The player with the most matches at the end of the game is declared the winner!

printable worksheet to teach memorization to preschoolers

Fun ways to use this printable:

Even though this is labeled a matching game, there are other fun ways that you can use this printable! You can also use this fun printable game as a great way to learn about some American history as well! It’s always learning time and pairing it with a fun game is a great idea!

Print it off and share it with friends

Do you know someone else who would love having this game for something fun to do? Print and send it to them in the mail. Or just tell them to come here and download for themselves.

Create a scavenger hunt with the items

See how many items on the memory game you and the kids can find! It’s a simple way to get up and move your body as well.

Make sure that you branch out and create some other fun games, too! Scavenger hunts are fun but don’t forget “pin the hat on Uncle Sam” or even a fun trivia game about the Statue of Liberty! So many great options full of fun!

Cut it into pieces and create fun jigsaw puzzles

After you’ve played this brain training game several times, why not make your own puzzle with it! This is just another simple way to keep those ideas coming!

Use them as Decorations

You can turn them into fourth of July decorations by adding magnets to the back or strings to the top of each piece!

When you have a printable like this, the options can be endless. Talk to the kids about ideas as well and include them in the process. You may be surprised that they have some really great ideas on how to change up the game!

teaching memorization to preschoolers in a fun patriotic theme

What are the benefits of memory games for kids?

July 4th is a day to celebrate our country’s independence, and what better way to do that than by playing memory games? Memory games are not only fun, but they also have benefits for kids.

For one, they can help to improve cognitive function. Studies have shown that kids who play memory games have a better attention span and memory recall than those who don’t play them.

Additionally, memory games can help to improve problem-solving skills. They provide a great opportunity for kids to practice identifying patterns and working out solutions.

They also force kids to use their visual and spatial skills to remember where objects are hidden.

Finally, memory games can be a bonding experience for kids and their parents or guardians. Playing together can create lasting memories and help to build strong relationships.

So this July 4th, take some time to play this memory game with your kids. It’s a great way to celebrate our country’s birthday and boost your child’s brain power at the same time!

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Check out these other fun printable activities for the kids! You can never have too many great ideas to keep their minds active and full of fun!

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Brenda H

Monday 27th of June 2022

Thanks for this info. Great for our summer school kiddos.