Spiderman Memory Game {free printable}

If you have Spiderman lovers, then they’ll love this Memory game! Memory is such a fun and easy game to play with children of all ages.  Theme based Memory games are super fun, too! Play this game at home as a family, for a school game, or during an Spiderman birthday party.

What is Spiderman? SpiderMan is a fictional Marvel superhero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. He first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 in 1962 and has been wowing boys, girls, men and women for over 40 years. So, grab the whole family and play some SpiderMan Memory!


EHprint Print Free File:
Spiderman Memory (2162 downloads)

Ways to Make Memory:

1. Use as individual cards.
2. Attach to a posterboard with ribbon. (See picture)

Individual Cards:

1. Print
2. Cut
3. Cut green cardstock or colored paper a little larger than picture.
4. Glue picture to cardstock.
5. Laminate.

Play game using standard memory rules.


Poster-board Memory Game:

Just like the St. Patrick’s Day board.

1. Print
2. Cut
3. Cut green cardstock or colored paper a little larger than picture.
4. Glue picture to cardstock.
5. Laminate.
6. Hole punch the top of each card.
7. Print out Green Day Memory Sign
8. Glue to top of Posterboard.
9. Cut ribbon
10. Use a knife to polk a small slit into the poster board for the ribbon to go through.
11. Thread the ribbon through the hole in the card then thread both ends of the ribbon through the slit into the posterboard.
12. Tape the ribbon in place on the back of the poster board.

When the kiddo picks the card, have him turn the card around instead of pulling it off. This makes a beautiful presentation and you’ll also have a quick board game to play as a family later.

How to Play Memory:

1. Mix up the cards.
2. Lay them in rows, face down.
3. Turn over any two cards.
4. If the two cards match, keep them.
5. If they don’t match, turn them back over.
6. Remember what was on each card and where it was.
7. Watch and remember during the other player’s turn.
8. The game is over when all the cards have been matched.
9. The player with the most matches wins.

Memory Games to Play:

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