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Memory games can be used as sorting or discussion exercises. The rules are simple: cards, left face down in front of the players, must be turned over two at a time to match pairs.12 cards with varied themes that slide under the game board to cover all the images with the tokens provided. An association game where you have to try to form more pairs than your opponent! Ideal for developing memory and learning to name objects discovered through colourful illustrations.Composition : 1 plastic board, 12 sheets and 16 round tokens.Products
- Made in Europe
- Suitable for small hands!
- Develops memory and language
Refining observational skills and remembering position
- Inclusive solutions
- Dimensions : L: 32cm - W: 31cm - H: 2cm.
- Made from : PLASTIC and CARDBOARD.
- Color : Colour various
- Delivery : Comes with a teaching booklet.
- An expert's opinion. G. Anne, Psychomotor Therapist.
During their development, a child first goes through a phase of association where everything is the 'same', before being able to differentiate things. This is why memo and lotto games are essential to support a child's cognitive development by sharpening their observational skills.