Summer Memory Game


Use the memory cards in writing prompts, sensory play, and fine motor work, too: Kids can color and cut the memory cards, copying the colors from one sheet to the other to really build visual memory and visual scanning skills. Use the memory cards to work on pinch and grasp development by turning over the cards on carious surfaces: carpet, smooth tables, or cardboard.

This printable Summer Memory Game is a sure win when it comes to making skill-building fun this summer. Just print, cut, and play!


This Summer Memory Game is a printable game with 2 pages of summer memory cards. Use the printable game cards to work on visual perceptual skills and fine motor skills including:

  • Visual tracking
  • Visual memory
  • Visual attention
  • Visual scanning
  • Visual discrimination
  • Form constancy
  • Visual figure-ground
  • Fine motor pincer grasp
  • Eye-hand coordination
  • Motor planning
  • Pencil control and coloring skills
  • Hand strength
  • Scissor skills
  • Working memory
  • Executive  functioning skills
  • Impulse control

Color, cut, and play! Memory games are a powerful visual motor activity to work on the visual perceptual skills needed for reading and writing.

These skills are lacking when it comes to more and more screen use in kids and we see the results in poor handwriting, poor visual attention in reading, and poor visual memory skills.

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