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Use our FREE Printable Multicultural Memory Game to teach kids about diversity and anti-racism! This Memory Game is a ton of fun for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary grade school kids – perfect for both families and classrooms!
Take your child on an adventure around the world and explore the different cultures of our world with this free printable memory game!
We live in a big world of many cultures, colors, traditions, and differences but underneath it all, we’re all the same.
This game will help you teach your child about diversity and anti-racism and help them learn the differences between themselves and those with differing traditions.
While playing this game, you can start discussions regarding everything from traditional clothing of the cultures to the types of foods that people in these countries eat, what makes them different but also, what makes them the same.
This game has quickly become a favorite in our house and I hope you and your kids will enjoy it just as much as we have!
Free Printable Multicultural Memory Game
This fun memory matching game highlights different cultures from around the world.
Supplies Needed for the Memory Game
- Cardstock or Copy paper
- Laminating film and laminating machine
- Optional: Cricut Portable Trimmer
- For reusable cards, print on 8.5″ X 11″ heavyweight or card-stock paper (67–110 lb.), depending on your printer.
- For disposable cards, use an inexpensive regular weight paper.
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- Click the “print” button on your computer to view your printer options and setup.
- Change settings to “Two copies”.
- Cut out the mats and then laminate for durability.
How to Play Memory
- Mix up the cards, lay them in rows, face down.
- Turn over any two cards.
- If they don’t match, turn them back over.
- If the two cards match, keep them.
- Remember what was on each card and where it was. Watch and remember during the other player’s turn.
The game is over when all the cards have been matched. The player with the most matches wins.
Note: This game includes people from different cultures. As you turn a card, take a moment to discuss the cultures with your child. Talk about their traditions, clothes, differences but also what makes them similar.
Have FUN playing this Multicultural Memory Game!