You are going to love the Flower Memory Games for Kids we made in this post! Yes, you can get these free printable cards and use them for several activities that we will show you and talk about. Take a look at how much fun this one set of flowers can bring to you and your kids!
Flower Books for Kids
We love reading books about all subjects, but these two are the ones that came to mind for this activity. Have you read them with your kids? They’re great!
Flower Memory Games for Kids
The first game we played with this set is the obvious one. We played the memory or matching game with the cards! There are 20 cards. You print the cards twice for this game and take off! To begin with, pick maybe 5 pairs and work your way up to the 20 pairs with your child.
More Flower Activities for Kids
Another game we played was to talk about the alphabet and to place the cards in alphabetical order. Once we got to repeat letters (aster, anemone, etc), we talked about putting all A flowers together first and then we talked about looking at the second letter to figure out which one would go first.
Another game we played was to read (spell out) the names of the flowers. My daughter floored me at how well she could spell them out, even though she hadn’t heard of some of the flower names.
In our Flower Multi-Level Unit + Printables post, we have 3-part cards with real photographs of flowers. In this post, we use the same mini flower replicas to connect these cards to a physical object to learn flower recognition.
The last game we played was color sorting! We talked about primary colors and found all the flowers in primary colors and then we talked about secondary colors and sorted all of those. Lastly, we placed all the flowers in order by the colors in the rainbow!
And now, it’s your turn! To get this beautiful printable, simply enter your email in the box below and you will receive the file directly to your inbox! Enjoy!
The Reason for a Flower: A Book AboutBees Like Flowers (Mummy Nature) (Volume 2)Flower GardenThe Tiny Seed (The World of Eric Carle)Oh Say Can You Seed?: All About FloweringHow to Draw Flowers (Dover How to Draw)
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