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Halloween printable game: A free Halloween memory game

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We know you know this, but Halloween is our favourite time of year on KiddyCharts, it ranks alongside Christmas, so it would be remiss of us not to have a whole month of delightful ideas for you all to go alongside all the other amazing Halloween activities that we have for you, right? We have a brand new Halloween printable game to start the festivities with for you. This is a classic, with a twist. We have two versions of it to download from the site, so why not come on over and check it out?

You all know the classic memory games, don’t you. Pairs, as it is sometimes called. Well, this Halloween printable game is just that for the scary season: a Halloween memory game for the kids to get stuck into.

How to play our Halloween printable game

The rules are pretty much the same for any pairs game out there, but there is a bit of a choice for you to make first though….

  • Print out the set of memory cards that you want to use from the download button below. You can:
    • Print the colored set, and just play with that – print it twice for double the fun,
    • Print out the set for our Halloween memory game that needs coloring in. Have a bit of fun coloring them in, and then play in the usual way, and finally
    • Print both sets out, color one set in, and throw them in together for a longer and harder game with a bigger square to remember.
  • Once you have printed out the sets you want, you just need to cut out the individual cards,
  • Lay them out in front of you in a uniform pattern, face down,
  • Choose who goes first – perhaps with rock, paper scissors,
  • That person turns over two cards, and remembers what they are and where they are. If they are pairs – they have won them, and put that pair in front of them as “theirs”
  • If the cards are different, remember where they are and what they have on them, and it is the other players turn. This game works for up to four, and possibly six if you print out extra sets of cards!
  • The next player has there turn, turning over two cards. Try and remember where the other cards are, and if you turn over one and you KNOW or THINK that you have had that design, see if you can remember where it was!
  • Keep turning over the cards until they are all gone. The winner is the one with the most pairs at the end of the game, and probably has the best memory as well. Well done!

Give us a flavour of the Halloween memory cards please

We have given you a sneak people of a couple of the cards, but here are a few more for you too, so you know what you are in for when you download the goodies:

Coloring memory game for Halloween

We think that these are pretty curte in every way – there are a total of 30 cards in the colorful memory game for Halloween set – everything from poison to crystal balls. Here is a complete list of all the elements we have included for you.

There is obviously a set of two of these each:

  1. Skull,
  2. Jack o’ Lantern,
  3. Black Cat,
  4. Spider Web,
  5. Candy
  6. Witches hat,
  7. Cauldron,
  8. Spellbook, and
  9. Poison.
  1. Tentacle,
  2. Potion,
  3. Crystal Ball,
  4. Ghost,
  5. Bat, and
  6. Witches Broom
  7. Tomb stone,
  8. Trick or Treat, and
  9. Mummy

We have another set of the same cards that can be colored in too for you:

We have tweaked the cards a little, so the designs are easier to color in – but are still the same elements.

This has the added benefit of making a slightly harder game if you put the two sets together for the older kids, as they have to remember the different designs of the same things. This means that you can make the game a little more challenging for adults and kids alike.

Though if YOUR memory is anything like mine, not sure we needed to make it that much more challenging for the adults, right?

To download this, just click on the button below, and it is yours:

We have, of course, got loads more ideas for Halloween for you and the kids, including 101 alternatives to trick or treating for you to try. Why not take a look here?

Halloween printables on KiddyCharts

We LOVE Halloween - so we have loads of printables for you that work perfectly for this season. Why not take a look at some of them now?

You might even want to take a look at our amazing Halloween coloring book too, on the paid part of our site – it is AWESOME! We got loads of other Halloween downloadable printables on there too.

Cute Halloween Coloring Pages

This is over 50 pages, and includes loads of fun and CUTE coloring pages for the kids to have a go at.

Print it off and keep them busy for hours, and hours. At least long enough to decorate for the Halloween party that we know you all want to have?

Remember – download it and 51% of profit for our business goes to charity, so you are helping us out too!

We think that’s loads for Halloween for you to take a look at, but if you did want more, how about checking out these ideas from other sites as well?

Halloween printables from the internet

Loads more printables for you to check out with a Halloween theme. Hopefully you will find more inspiration for your Halloween seasonal activities here too.

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Helen

Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parent blog! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 80%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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