St. Joseph Memory Match Playing Cards

by | Mar 2, 2010 | Blue Knights, Crafts, Printables, St. Joseph | 29 comments

My children love playing Mary Memory. (I’m sorry I can’t find a link… It is a Matching Game, using various images and titles of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  It was given to Twinkle Toes by her Godparents.)

Since March is dedicated to St. Joseph, I decided to make a set of St. Joseph Cards for my children as well!  Since he doesn’t have nearly as many titles as Our Lady, I wasn’t sure how many cards I’d be able to make.  I ended up with 18 different cards, which is plenty for playing Memory Match and Go Fish.

If any of you would like to make a set of cards for your children, you can download my documents, print two sets onto cardstock, and cut them out.  

29 Comments

  1. Lena

    Thanks! I'm going to make a set ASAP.
    Pax Christi – Lena

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  2. Roxaline

    Thank you Jessica! My girls would LOVE this! How do you seem to make my life easier – but you have more on your plate than I do!!!!!

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  3. Amazing_Grace

    This is so neat! Thank you for sharing!!! 🙂

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  4. Nadja

    Thank you! I just love free printables for home schooling. What a treat!

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  5. Christine

    Thank you, Jessica! We have Mary Memory and my children really like. They are going to be thrilled with this!

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  6. Angela

    Thank you for sharing so much of your time and effort with the rest of us! God Bless!

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  7. Katie

    Thanks so much Jessica! What a great gift you have for making it all look easy and inspiring me as I start out on the homeschool journey! My boys will love this activity! Peace and hugs – Katie

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  8. Evann

    Thank you, Jessica. These are wonderful.

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  9. Jodi

    How thoughtful of you to share these with us after doing all the work. God bless you!

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  10. kimberly

    Jessica…the children just can't seem to get enough of playing St. Joseph Memory Match! 6 yr. old Emily has now memorized all the titles of St. Joseph…once again, thank you for a truly fun, wonderfully educational activity!

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  11. fadfd

    Good morning Jessica,

    We love this idea.

    Our kids have a set of Mary Memory that they got from their godparents a few christmases ago. They purchased their cards from a local Catholic Supply store.

    The little ones in our family are going to enjoy their new cards…thank you for sharing.

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  12. Karina

    Thank you, Jessica! You are so kind to share. You have insprired me to incorporate more feast celebrations into our curriculum. God bless you & your family!

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  13. Zeliemum

    Thank you Jessica, this is such a lovely idea. We love Good St Joseph, he has been very good to us!! May he bless you and your family for your goodness.
    Chemai

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  14. stjosephacademy

    Thank you Jessica!
    Just made a set!
    Your blog has been an invaluable resource to me for the last 2 years. I'm so glad that I found you.
    God bless,
    Cathy

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  15. Cathy McCreary

    Thank you so much for this lovely card set. My 4yo daughter will like it! I am a longtime lurker who really enjoys your blog.
    God bless you and your precious family,
    Cathy

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  16. Crafty P

    oh these are just wonderful! thank you for sharing these with us! I can't wait to play with my boys!

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  17. Anonymous

    These are incredible. Thank you for sharing:)

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  18. tracy

    Thank you so much for sharing this. My kids are looking forward to doing this project!

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  19. Melissa @ Homegrown Catholics

    So glad you put this together. Great idea!

    (I'm running out of cardstock because there are just so many printouts all you lovely ladies are posting!)

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  20. Claire

    These are fabulous! I was looking for a way to engage my daughter in St. Joseph and this is perfect. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  21. Anonymous

    Thank you!!! I will use these for rosary with my kids 😀 Monique.

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  22. Sonja

    I am beyond grateful for finding your blog! I love this idea, I wonder if it would work with photo paper? These pictures are beautiful!!!

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  23. Unknown

    Thank you so much for this. I am using them in a school St Joseph's Mass

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  24. mamapeloquin

    Thank you so much for the St. Joseph Matching Cards. We plan to use them for our St. Joseph Table!

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