Do you remember those old-school memory matching games you would play as a kid, where you would flip over one card, and then a second, in hopes of finding a match? No match meant that you’d have to turn the cards back over while committing both their content and location to memory, while simultaneously paying attention to the newest cards being flipped over. (Wow. Typing that out makes it sound almost as strategic as chess.) Perhaps your kids now play the game, the old school way (paper) or the modern version (on their devices).
When someone from the team that worked on our Bag of Goats Tote bag half-jokingly said, “Hey, we should make one of those memory matching games,” little did she know she would then be responsible for actually making the game. If there’s one thing we don’t joke around about here, it’s goat games.
Step 1: Click on an image below
Step 2: Right-click and select “save image as.” It will save to your selected folder in your computer. Each page is a separate set.
Step 3: Click on the image (where it saved on your computer)
Step 4: Send to print. We recommend printing it on cardstock
Step 5: Cut the individual squares and play!