This Christmas Matching Game is great to get excited about the holiday season. With the use of emojis, does it get any better than that?! This matching activity is great for preschool-aged children and early learners as it requires no reading at all.
Printing out this Emoji Christmas Matching Game is a surefire way to give your little ones something fun and new to do over the holidays. Not only does it work on their memory and critical thinking skills, but it also works on their fine motor skills, too. Printable games are really great ways to experiment with new ways to play with kids.
Emoji Christmas Matching Game Printable
This Christmas matching game is so much fun! It’s one of those printable games that can easily be played in a matter of a few moments or packed up to take along for a trip.
From preschool-aged children to adults, there really is no age limit on who can play this game. It’s meant to be light-hearted, fun, and simple. What a fun Winter activity for toddlers stuck inside!
How to Play This Christmas Matching Game
The directions to play this matching game are simple! All you need to do is print out the cards, cut them out and then take turns flipping them over and trying to find a match.
If you’re anything like me, I hate printing things off twice. For this reason, my laminator is my best friend. I’m able to print things out, laminate them once, and have them for as long as I want after that.
It saves me time and my sanity for sure!
To get this Christmas matching game for you and the kids, all you need to do is click on the image below to print. That’s literally it.
If you have travel plans coming up over the holidays, this is one game that you can easily print off, pack up, and play.
Just a tip to remember – if you do print these out and laminate them, make certain that you have a container or plastic bag to store them in. There’s nothing worse than when you lose one of the pieces and there is no match!
It can literally throw off the outcome of the entire matching game! Don’t take that chance and instead keep your matching emoji pieces all together in one spot. (but don’t worry – if you do lose one, you can always print it out again!)