M for memory/matching game

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I’m just so glad that while Marshall is learning at home, I can see that he is also enjoying, a lot!

This week is play time! Well, actually most of the time is just play time for us. hihi.

We are on our ‘M’ week, and we have another add on to our A-Z activities.

We played a memory/matching game.

I was actually thinking of something that matches colors and luckily I found some colored covers of his used playdough.


After lining up and arranging the colored covers, I initially covered with cut out papers. But it was not a very good idea since I saw him already peeking. tsk tsk! hehe


So I covered those with paper cups instead. haha!


Here’s our fun game together with dada. By the way, few hours from now and it’s our dada’s birthday! Happy birthday dada! Just nice to have a video of them together. Please excuse my “sinisipon voice” on the video. Nevertheless, enjoy! 🙂



  1. That’s a really awesome game with your little one! Will put this on my list of educational games I’ll play with my daughter. Right now, my daughter’s fond of puzzles though she’s not that good at it yet hahahaha! I just found out when she took the little puzzle board we got free. I think I’ll get her that’s right for her age and that have big puzzle pieces hehe 😀

  2. I have pinned a similar activity in my Pinterest. 🙂 Though my son would need to progress further before we can start on the memory matching game. 🙂

  3. I’m gonna do this! 🙂 I might try printables and cover them with cups in case i can’t find items that are the same or in case I might run out of items when they ask for more or again. 🙂 Lovethis game. My son hates the ipad version but hopefully e’ll ike it this way. 🙂

  4. This is a great game. My daughter got a memory game for her bday from one of her schoolmates, but she’s not interested. I have to introduce the game again 🙂

  5. That’s a nice game. I was thinking of tweaking it for my teens minsan pag nag staycation kami. sigurado magugustuhan nila pag money or chocolates ang nilagay kong hidden sa mga plastic.

  6. Fun, creative way of learning. Nothing beats the joy of spending time with your kiddo and your creativity makes it even more appealing not only to the little boy but also for the big boy..haha.

  7. He named each picture as he flipped I decided we would follow that pattern for the rest of the game. If you haven t played a matching game with a preschooler lately, you might be surprised at how well their little memories work!

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