There are tons and tons of ways to use your own memory games in classrooms of all ages.
For primary grades, you might use these to have students match sight words, letters to a picture of a word with their beginning sound, numbers to a picture of that amount etc.
For intermediate grades, you might use these to have students match math facts to their answers, clocks to the time they tell, or life cycle stages to the pictures they match.
For older students, you might use these to have students match vocabulary to their definition, historical people to their important accomplishments or states to their capitols. The possibilities are endless! For more ideas, check out this blog post I wrote about how to use memory in the classroom
This set is a template to help you create your own memory games. None of the examples mentioned are included.
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