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FREE Pumpkin Faces Matching Game

If you don’t celebrate Halloween you can still have fun with pumpkins with this fun pumpkin game. This games include super cute Pumpkin Faces that children will math, perfect for October month!
FREE Pumpkin Faces Matching Game - this free printable Halloween themed game is loads of fun for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and first grade kids while helping them learn to discern differences and similarities #mathgames #freemathgames #halloween #preschool #preschoolgames #kindergarten #kindergartengames #kindergartenworksheetsandgames

Fall Worksheets for Kids


Pumpkin Faces Matching Game

Matching activities are not only fun but develop visual perception skills, skills needed for school one day! Your toddler and preschooler, even kindergarten, will enjoy these games AND learn without knowing it! You will find two different (free) printables in the PDF, here is how to use it:


Match the color pumpkin face to its shadow in a fun memory game! Laminate the printable page with the pumpkin faces in blocks and cut out the blocks. Place it upside down in two rows. Turn 2 cards around at a time to try and find the “friends”. If the cards don’t match, turn it back again- remembering where you’ve seen it. Try to find all the friends! This game can be played by one or more kids.

FREE Pumpkin Game


Younger kiddos can simply match the same faces to each other without playing the pumpkin game. If you have a sensory bin, you can “hide” the pumpkin cards in the bin for them to find and match! What fun! 3. Lastly, laminate the printable sheet, or use a dry-erase pocket, and let your child connect the matching faces by drawing a line with a marker. This option is great for a group of kids or if you are traveling(less pieces to misplace). It also develops hand-eye coordination, mid-line crossing and fine motor skills.

Have fun with this pumpkin game perfect for October, the kids don’t need to know you are actually learning too!

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Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at teach-me-mommy.com about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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