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Free Printable Fruit Matching Game for Preschoolers

Free Printable Fruit Matching Game for Preschoolers

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Use this FREE fruit matching game printable as a fun learning activity for your toddler or preschooler. Children will enjoy playing this fun learning game.

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Today I am sharing another FREE printable. This fruit-matching game is a fun preschool memory activity for your little ones to enjoy.

I have two preschool-aged children who love to play with matching cards. While they mainly enjoy the competition, I love this game for the many skills it allows them to build.

Fruit Matching Game Printable

Playing with matching cards is an excellent activity for young children for so many reasons.

Playing matching games helps children improve concentration and allows them to practice observing details.

It also trains their visual memory, enhances the child’s ability to notice similarities and differences, and more!

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Fruit Matching Game

I used the printable matching cards with some of our favorite children’s books.

Our favorites are The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle and Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z by Lois Ehlert.

Fruit Matching Memory Game

Download and print the fruit matching game onto good cardstock. Use it with your baby, toddler, or preschool-aged child.

The fruit matching game can be used in several ways. Consider using the matching cards as a visual aid for teaching your young child about different fruits, as a sorting activity, and obviously, as a matching game.

I like to use this thermal laminating machine to laminate the matching cards so that they last longer.

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Thursday 26th of April 2018

Great idea and a way to teach kids the fun games we played when we were kids :)

Joanna @ Momwithcookies

Thursday 26th of April 2018

This would make a fun game for my daughter! She is getting good at her words, and this would be a great way to help teach her how to find things that look the same.