Looking for a fun, Disney-inspired game to play with your toddler, preschooler, or elementary-aged kid? Check out this adorable Disney Princess Memory Match Game printable!
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When my kids were toddlers and preschoolers, they LOVED playing memory match games! And it was so cool to see them get quicker and quicker at finding the right matches.
But, they quickly got bored of doing the same game over and over again. So, I’m sharing this Disney Princess Memory Match Game printable as an easy way to shake it up for your family.
Whether you are looking for a fun, travel game for kids for your next trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World, or you want to play at home, this Disney Princess Memory Game is sure to be a hit with your family!
Disney Princess Memory Match Game
Create your own Disney-inspired fun at home with this unique printable memory match game. The template included with this post features your favorite Disney princesses for a little extra magic to this classic game.
One of the best ways to bring Disney home is to keep you and your kids entertained with some good old-fashioned Disney inspired board games.
Most of the best-known games in the world have been made over to feature Disney places, movies, and characters. By incorporating Disney magic into your game night experience you enhance the fun for the whole family.
In order to use this printable effectively, make sure you have a good thick colorless card stock. The game features eight Disney princesses and there are sixteen cards for matching.
How to Play the Memory Match Game:
- In order to play, simply lay out the cards face-down in any order.
- Take turns attempting to match the cards, or play alone.
- Turn one card over to start.
- Then flip any other card and hope for a match.
- The more you play, the more Disney princesses will appear.
- Remember where they are in order to make a match.
- Once you match up a Disney princess, take the two cards away and try again until all Disney princess memory cards are matched up!
This Disney Princess Memory Match Game is just that easy! Plus, you can store it in a Ziploc bag and bring it along with you to keep your kids entertained!
Disney Memory Match Game FAQ
Memory matching games can be played by children as young as 2 years old, as they help to develop cognitive skills such as memory and concentration. However, the difficulty level of the game should be adjusted based on the age and abilities of the child.
There are a few ways to make a memory matching game more challenging, such as increasing the number of cards or using more complex images or patterns. You can also try adding a time limit or incorporating additional rules, like requiring players to make a sound or perform a specific action when they find a match.
Playing memory matching games can help improve children’s cognitive skills, such as attention, focus, and concentration.
Yes, you can do a time-based matching game. This is where the player with the most matches within a specific time limit wins the game. Or you could try a cooperative matching game. This is when players work together to find all the matches within a time limit, with the aim of achieving a collective high score.
Disney Princesses Game Wrap Up
I hope you have as much fun playing this Disney princess memory-matching game as my family does. It’s really easy to play with toddlers and preschoolers. And you can play as many times as you like!