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Games for MFL lessons: "Memory game"

I remember when I was a little girl I used to love the memory game. I had a set of cards that I'll display upside down and then tried to find all the pairs, either with a friend or on my own. Nowadays, even though we can still print the cards and do it the old fashion way, this is not necessary (unless you want to). This is why I created this template on Power Point. Watch this video to see how it works:

Click on each card to reveal what´s behind it. If it is not a match, click on the cards again to cover the pictures; if it was a match then leave them as they are.

A couple of tweaks you could do to this game: instead of written numbers (1, 2, 3) you could have words (uno, dos, tres) so students say the number in the TL. Or instead of numbers you could have any other words in English or the TL so students have to translate as well as finding two matching cards.

If you like this game you can download it below. I would love to hear if you like it!

Memory game
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