Ever since Caiden watched Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse in theaters, Miles Morales has become his favorite new superhero. Have you or your kid(s) seen it, yet? If not, be sure to read my movie review. It’s such a big hit in my household – I just had to create a fun and easy Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse DIY Matching Game!
AND be sure to learn about the Spider-Heroes from the movie…down below!
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse DIY Matching Game
This is a great game, especially for the younger kids. Its fun and everyone gets to test their memory skills. The game is meant for two-players to each take 2 turns – turning over a game piece and then try to find its match. The player with the most pieces, WINS.
What You’ll Need:
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Matching Game Template (Print 2 of the image down below).
Wooden Craft Circles
Scissors or Craft Punch
Print the image above in desired size. Cut individual piece. Apply glue to attach onto the wooden circles. Seal with glue and wait till it dries. Apply a second layer if needed.
Miles Morales: A Brooklyn teenager who gets bitten by a radioactive spider. He not only has to adjust to a new school but his new powers as well.
Peter Parker: Years of being a Superhero has taken a toll on him. But training Miles Morales has given a positive outlook and hope in his universe.
Spider-Gwen/Gwen Stacy: She’s her World’s Spider-Woman. She’s a natural leader, funny, and intelligent.
Peni Parker: A 13 year-old girl with a biomechanical suit that only responds to her DNA. She comes from futuristic Tokyo.
Spider-Man Noir: He’s a more serious Spider-Man who fought crime from the Great Depression in 1933.
Spider-Ham: Its Spider-Man as a cartoon pig. Peter Porker is always the first one to crack a joke.