Recently, my kids have been enjoying a little wooden memory board put out by Melissa and Doug. It was fun, but a little simplistic. I found a way to upgrade it so Nicholas could use it to help with his Quality of Numbers main lesson block.
First I used one of the existing boards as a template and traced it on a piece of cardstock. After I cut it out, I placed it in the board and traced little circles to show me where to place the pictures.
Next I colored them.
I used my coveted no-kids-can-touch rainbow sharpies to do my writing.
And voila! a matching game!