If you’re a parent or teacher searching for a free memory game for kids, come take a look at Tim van de Vall’s new printable game, “Pirate Memory!” This swashbuckling pirate-themed matching game features fifteen hilarious illustrations by cartoonist Tim van de Vall, and is appropriate for all ages. So save yourself a trip to the store, and save your pieces of eight for a rainy day. Print your free copy of “Pirate Memory” today!
Printable Memory Game for Kids: “Pirate Memory!”
Pull your young buccaneers away from the computer screens for an afternoon, and return to a simpler time of tangible games. Your children will surely enjoy making this memory game as much as they will playing it. All you need is:
- A printer
About Dutch Renaissance Press LLC
Dutch Renaissance Press provides free, high-quality illustrations and creative content in order to…
-help people who need images for their noncommercial, personal projects.
-help people who lack the ability to draw.
-inspire children with creativity and imagination.
-make learning a fun experience for kids.
-help teachers create engaging classroom activities.
-help parents create educational crafts with their kids.
-save time for parents and teachers.
-help educate people interested in cartooning and illustration.
-make the internet community and the world a better place by encouraging learning, creative thinking, and communication.
Each of these activities was created by Tim van de Vall and is copyright 2013 Dutch Renaissance Press LLC. These printables may be used for personal and educational purposes only. Commercial use of these printables is prohibited.
All information is accurate to the best of my knowledge. However, there is always the chance that I overlooked something or made a mistake. If you see such an error, please let send me an email, and I will look into the mistake as quickly as possible. That said, all the content on this site should be used at your own risk. I am not liable for any mistakes, mishaps or damages incurred by the use of these materials. – Tim van de Vall