This game includes 18 different literary elements. I play this game like the children’s game Memory. I print, laminate, and cut the cards (hint: print definitions on one color and terms on another for faster play). The students then mix the cards and lay them out face-down on the table. They take turns turning over two cards (one of each color), reading them aloud, and determining if the term and definition match. If a match is found the student keeps the cards and goes again. If no match is made the cards are turned back over and play resumes. For an extra challenge I require students to give an example from a book or passage we’ve read in class in order to keep the match. A recording sheet is included for students to complete so you can check their answers later if using as a center activity.