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Help your children build memory skills in a fun, innovative way by matching colorful, realistic photographs of 25 different common objects. No reading is required, but cards include the name of the everyday object picture to promote early sight reading. This is a great new photographic twist on a classic memory game.
Everyday Objects Matching Game makes a great for family game night, preschool games, classroom games, esl games, autism education, speech therapy games, rehabilitation games, or games for siblings to play together.
Instructions for Picture Memory Matching Game
Shuffle the deck of Everyday Object Concentration Game cards. Lay the cards face down in a grid. The first player flips over two cards face up. If the two cards match, the player keeps the pair and gets another turn. If they do not match, the cards are turned face down, and itamp;rsquo;s the next playeramp;rsquo;s turn. Keep playing until all the cards are gone. Collect the most pairs to win. Be sure to remember where the cards are so that you can find them later in the game.
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