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Play this Fun Robot Matching Game

I am so excited about this robot memory 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.

Plus, memory games have always been a favorite in our house. We happen to have quite a few of them.

Try this fun Robot memory game. I love free printable games for kids and this one is great.

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Robot Matching Game

Fiskars 12 Inch Portable Scrapbooking Trimmer (196920-1001)12 Inch Portable Paper Trimmer

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 Your Printable Robot Game:

1. Turn all of the pieces so the big robots are facing down and the little robots are facing up.

2. Place your pieces in a grid.

3. 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.

4a. Player with the most matches wins.

4b. 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!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Need a fun memory game? Try this free robot memory game that kids are sure to enjoy. We love free printable games for kids!



Friday 13th of September 2019

Great game! Awesome graphics! Thanks so much for sharing it with us! Is there any way you could make it downloadable in other formats that pdf so that it can be saved and printed/cut on a silhouette.

Thank You!

Sheila Rogers

Saturday 21st of September 2019

Hi Kim, At this time it is only available in PDF format. I really like your idea but don't have a way to make it an SVG. I am going to consider your request but I have to be honest and say, I'm unsure if I will be able to do this. Thanks for sharing. I'm so happy you like the game! ~Sheila


Tuesday 2nd of August 2016

Hi Sheila

Have got it to work now - and it's great. Can't wait for my boys to see it :)

Thanks heaps Penelope


Tuesday 2nd of August 2016

Hi Sheila

I have just found your sight and just fell in love with your robots :) I am a preschool teacher looking for new games to engage some of my boys and know that they will love this - but I can't get it to download Do you have any suggestions please?

Am really looking forward to trying this out :)

Thanks for a great site Penelope

Sheila Rogers

Thursday 4th of August 2016

Thanks Penelope. I am so happy to hear that you like the robot memory game. I hope you will find a lot of things that will engage your preschool age boys. :) Thank you for stopping by.

Sorry you had some trouble with the download. I'm glad you were able to get it working. Usually it is a bit beyond my control as it has to do with printers and settings on the user end but if you ever have any other difficulties, do let me know and I will try to help.

Brenda @Schooling a Monkey

Monday 13th of April 2015

Our house full of girls always love your robot stuff, too! :-)

Sheila Rogers

Tuesday 14th of April 2015

Awesome Brenda!


Thursday 9th of April 2015

Oh my tow will love this! Thanks so much for sharing with the #pinitparty :)