Keeping the kids busy over summer break is tough some days, especially when it rains or is way too hot to go outside and everyone is stuck inside. Everyone goes stir crazy... which typically means that it's game time!
Kids love to play games, especially matching games.
• 4 pieces of single sided scrapbook paper (can be cardstock)
• Summer Match Game (free here)
I chose summer-y themed papers because the match game we will be printing is summer-y. You can choose the same piece of paper for all 4, or choose 4 different pieces like I did.
Summer Match cards.
Summer Match Cards should be printed on the blank side and the decorative side should be the back.
One tip to remember is to not forget about the barcode on the back like I did. When you are trimming the paper, make sure you cut it off.
To fix my mistake, I just used a little white out.
Summer Match Cards looked like after I printed, laminated, and cut them out.