Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory Card Game

Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
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The Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory Card Game is a fun and engaging game for young children where kids test their speed and object identification skills. With 18 pairs of pictures, children match the front picture with the corresponding reverse side. Children hone their skills of visual discrimination, memory recall, and matching skills while finding each pair. All cards need to be laminated for durability.

Children take turns yelling out animal names and quickly pairing them up or making hilarious pairs of their own! See if you can remember the your team mates weird and wacky animal while making up your own. How many can you remember in a row? Can you remember them all and win the game?

Do you want a harder challenge? Try adding names to each animal you make up. Can the opposing team remember them all? Be sure to make the names difficult so your team wins.

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Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory
Visual Perceptual - Mix and Match Front and Reverse Memory