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Why Memory Cards and Pattern Matching?

We have all played some or the other kind of memory game(s) growing up. Be it Spot The Difference, pairing games using playing cards, or even pairing colour matching objects. These all required us to use our memory skills to complete the game. But how does it really help?

But how does it really help?

Playing memory games, especially with patterns, helps build the child's concentration, critical thinking, and to nurture attention to detail. It helps with visual discrimination and spotting irregularities and differences.

In the process of playing memory card games, children naturally learn the importance of thinking ahead and plotting their next choice as a way of building their cognitive skills.

Assembling your deck:

Simply cut along the dotted lines on the box to make your own set of memory cards that will have 9 pairs!

How to play?

Pre-Readers (ages 2 - 3) :

Shuffle and keep the card patterns facing up. It’s easy for the child to learn to look for patterns in an open deck.

Early Readers (3+) :

Shuffle the deck, place all the cards facing down, each player takes turns to open up pairs. The person who has found the most pairs wins. Especially if you can collect all the pairs with Bummy in it!

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