Pairing, Sorting, Matching card games - FREE downloads!

Instructions for card downloads:
1.          choose your cards on the right of this page, click on them and then right click on the full sized  
            image that will come up in a new browser window. A drop down menu will appear when you right  
            click. Select and click on "Save Picture As..." (in Firefox this will say "Save Image As...).  In the  
            window that appears choose the file you wish to save the image in (e.g. My Pictures) and click on
            "save."
2.         print out either on card or on paper and laminate for extra sturdiness. However, if you are only    
            going to use the cards with 1 child, this may not be necessary.
3.         cut along grey lines, either with scissors or using a guillotine.
4.         keep sets of cards together with elastic bands and organised in a box for easy access.
Click to download the black pattern
Click to download the green pattern
Click to download the black and white lozenges pattern
Click to download the lozenges on turquoise pattern
Click to download the Multi colour pattern
Click to download pattern B green
Click to download the red pattern
Pairing Games
Pairing is about noticing that 2 things are identical and putting them
together, because they are ‘the same’.
You will need:  at least 10 pairs of cards with 2 identical pictures

Sorting Games
Sorting is about looking for similarities and recognising that objects/
pictures can be grouped together in sets of ‘families’, i.e. towards
sorting into categories (colours, fruit, shoes, furniture, farm animals,
…): ‘They all belong together’. It requires the capacity to focus on
relevant information and to ignore irrelevant details (‘visual noise’), i.e.
more flexibility in thinking, active interest and motivation.
You will need:  at least 3 sets of 9 cards each per set/category

Matching Games
Matching is about working out how things are similar despite their
differences by comparing and differentiating ‘What goes with what?’,
e.g. searching for something with specific properties or for a particular
purpose, e.g. foot and shoe, something to pour juice into, something to
write with (any pen will do!)
You will need:  at least 10 pairs of 2 similar cards

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