I am so excited about this robot matching game. Yes, I get excited when I make these things 🙂
Robots are on our radar right now. I am working on bringing some really neat robot stuff to the website because robots are a perennial boy favorite.
Matching games have always been a favorite in our house. We happen to have quite a few of them.
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Printable Games for Kids: Robot Matching Game
Before we get to play the game, we have to make the game.
I wanted to share my all time favorite, bestest (that is a word, right?) ever, paper cutter.
This is so handy. I keep one nearby at all times.
It is sooo easy to use and there is no big scary cutting blade to deal with either. It cuts like a dream.
Plus, if a paper cutter can be pretty, this one is!
Make Your Robot Matching Game:
- You will want to print on card stock (this is the cardstock that we recommend) so the pictures on the front don’t show through and your game lasts longer.
- Print two copies each of the front and back memory game printables. Download and print robot memory game. <<<<<<click link to download your game.
- After printing, glue them together with the printed sides facing out on both sides.
- Wait for glue to dry. I usually let mine sit overnight.
- Carefully cut apart on the lines. I am in love with this paper cutter and it is what I use instead of a scissors.
How to Play:
- Turn all of the pieces so the big robots are facing down and the little robots are facing up.
- Place your pieces in a grid.
- On each turn a player turns over 2 pieces. If they make a match they get to keep the pieces.
- You can either play that if you make a match you get to go again or just go back and forth between players.
- Player with the most matches wins.
- Or play cooperatively and work as a team to make the matches together.
I hope you enjoy this cute robot memory game and have a lot of fun playing together as a family. Time together is so important. Playing games can help make memories your kids will never forget.
If your child loves robots be sure to visit our Homeschool Unit Study Robots – there are a lot of fun things to do included there. Unit studies are Not just for homeschoolers!
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