NFL Memory Card Game for Kids

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Get an early start on your child's football fandom with this adorable memory card game created by noted designer Ben Kling. Once you've cut and printed your cards, your child will develop his or her memory skills while becoming familiar with all the teams in the NFL. This game works best with two to six players.

How to Play

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Download the eHow NFL Memory Card Game. Print it out on cardstock and cut out each individual card.

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Lay the cards face down on the floor or table. You can arrange them in a square or rectangle, or lay them at random for more of a challenge.

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Decide which player goes first. That player flips over any two cards. If the cards are a matching logo and team name, the player gets to keep the pair. If they are not, place the card face down in the same spot.

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Take turns flipping over any two cards, trying to remember where the cards are located in order to make a match.

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Keep playing until all the cards have been taken. The person with the most cards at the end of the game wins.

Things You'll Need

  • Free eHow Printable NFL Memory Card Game (see download link in Step 1)
  • Scissors
  • 8.5 x 11" Cardstock

About the Author

Mary Dacuma is eHow's Money and Food editor. She is a proud USC Trojan who previously worked in communications in the financial industry and created a weekly personal finance column, "Cents and Sensibility," on HelloGiggles.

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