December Morning Meeting Brain Break Memory Game Winter Activities

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Need a quick and fun activity for morning meetings, brain breaks or Fun Fridays? Feeling like you can't ever get your students attention or focus? Your students will love Memory games as they work on their focus and attention to detail. They will be begging for more! Memory games are the perfect engagement tool.

Memory games are easy to play. Simply display the picture for a few minutes then switch to the question page to see how much students remember!


  • PowerPoint and Google Slides versions *must use question slides in edit mode*
  • 10 virtual classrooms
  • 10 sets of follow up questions with self-checking answers--move the check mark to reveal the correct answer to the question
  • Includes winter, Hanukkah, Las Posadas, Kwanzaa, New Year's Eve, and Christmas

This is a .zip file with both the PowerPoint document and PDF with a link to the Google Slides copy.

These are ready to go for a quick and engaging break from academic instruction. Students will love the challenge of remembering what they saw in the colorful classrooms.


Q: Are these compatible with Google Slides?

A: Yes! There is a Google Slides copy of each game included.

Q: What grades does this work for?

A: I have personally used this resource with 1st through 5th grade. I know there have been kindergarten teachers who have used it as well. Some of the questions do require being able to read in order to answer.

Q: I can't move the checkmarks! When I click, it moves me to the next page.

A: Make sure you are using in "edit" mode and not presentation/slideshow.

What Educators are saying about December Memory Games

"I post this on the board for students to "study" as they get settled in the morning. It has been fun to watch them learn to take notes on their own on what they see in the pictures. The kids enjoy these so much!" -

"My students LOVED the Memory slides and asked for them everyday. I liked how engaged they were and how it opened up options for language and vocabulary development." - 2nd grade teacher

"My students struggled to stay engaged and participate in our activities. Introducing this resource helped me get my kids paying attention to detail and having fun while practicing oral language and being an active learner." - 1st grade teacher



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