Memory Match Games are a great way to encourage reading while also working on memory processing skills! In this game, students match /long e/ word cards to matching picture cards. I use this game in my classroom during literacy centers, for early finishers, and for a Fun Friday afternoon game. View the preview for a detailed look at the ELA CCSS included in this resource.
Included in this Set:
18 Color Pairs
18 Blackline Pairs
- Includes the following /long e/ spelling patterns: ea, ee, ey, ie, and y
/Long e/ Words: leaf, seal, cheese, key, cookie, holly, meat, bee, feet, money, shield, jelly, peach, beet, honey, monkey, bunny, and sunny
How to Play Memory Match:
The game begins with all cards face down. Students will turn over two cards at a time to try to make a match. If the cards are a match, they remove the pair and place in front of them. If the cards do not match, they turn back over in the same position and the next player takes a turn. The game ends when all matching pairs have been found. The player with the most pairs is the winner!
Check out my other memory match games here: Memory Matching Games
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