Mickey Colors Memory Game

If your child is learning their colors, there are tons of fun ways to practice. There are even Disney printables that can help. And if he or she is a Disney fan, then Mickey heads in different colors are a fun way to practice. With this Mickey colors memory game, your child can work on visual memory skills while learning their basic colors.

Free printable Mickey Mouse colors memory game.

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Mickey Colors Memory Game

This matching game is a great way for Disney fans to practice visual discrimination, concentration, attention to detail, and taking turns. It is also a great way for young children to practice recognizing colors.

What Is Included

This printable memory game includes Mickey images in 12 different colors. There are two different size pieces included with this printable. You decide which size is best for your child to work with.

  1. All 12 images on one page (smaller game pieces)
  2. The 12 images on two pages, with six images to a page (larger game pieces)
Free printable Mickey mouse colors memory game.

What You Will Need

  • Printer Paper and a Printer (Cardstock paper would work best, so that you can’t see the images through the back.)
  • Laminator
  • Laminating Pouches (Laminating is optional, but it does make the pieces last longer)
  • Scissors

Are You Looking For More Disney Color Matching Fun?

There is a lot more Disney color themed fun to be had. Check out what else you can find on our website!

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How to Play the Mickey Colors Memory Game

  • Print out two copies of the game pieces you want to use. You could use just the smaller pieces, just the larger pieces, or you could match large to small.
  • Mix up the pieces and lay them face down on a flat surface. It helps to arrange them in a grid.
  • Take turns flipping over two pieces.
  • If the pieces match, you get to keep them.
  • Keep playing until all the matches have been made.

How Many Players Can Play the Game?

This is entirely up to you. Generally, 2-4 players would be just right. But there is no reason why a child couldn’t play alone to try to find all of the matches.

How Can You Modify the Game for Younger Children?

You can use fewer game pieces or you can even arrange all of the pieces face up to make it easier to find the matches.

Use the Pieces for Sorting Games

This printable was designed to be a traditional memory matching game for children. There are a few different ways that your child could sort the pieces if you print out both sizes.

They could sort the pieces by big and little (large and small). All of the Mickey pictures are shown in both sizes.

They could sort by the colors of the Mickeys.

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Mickey Colors Memory Game

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Free printable Mickey Mouse colors memory game for kids.


    1. Hello! There is a link at the bottom that says MICKEY COLORS MEMORY GAME. That link takes you to the download.

  1. Thanks for the freebie! We turned your memory game into an awesome gross motor activity for our little one! Our 2 year old was not quite ready for the memory game, so I set out one set of the colors on the floor, gave our daughter a fly swatter, and called out colors for her to Swat! She loves this game and asks to play it all the time! Such a great way to work on color recognition, and since she loves Minnie so much your printable was perfect! We showcased this activity on our blog for our busy bag series! Thanks again!

    1. That’s awesome! I’m glad you found a fun way to use the printable. I shared your post on Pinterest and Facebook. 🙂

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