Preschool Animal Memory Game

    Item number   w-eb-prean2
    List Price $21.74
    Lowest Price 14.99
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    Product Description

    Train your child's memory playing a fun matching game together! eeBoo's Preschool Animal Memory Game brings 20 cardboard cards illustrated with the funny artistic pictures of the popular animals: lion, bear, turtle, elephant and more. Try to remember where the matching animal card is to pair it with the one that you have - and you will master this preschool learning game! This educational and entertaining memory game promotes communication skills, concentration, and logical thinking for preschool kids. Plus this first memory game from Educational Toys Planet bring the quality play time for whole family! Sized right for the little hands, each tile is 3.25 x 3.25 inches.

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    Item Details

    • SKU w-eb-prean2
    • Manufacturer recommended age 3 years
    • Our recommended age 3 years, 4 years
    • Brand eeBoo
    • Quantity available in stock 66
    • Dimensions of package 0.07" x 0.0675" x 0.0175"
    • Country of manufacture China
    • Manufacturer part number PREAN2
    • UPC 689196781124
    • Packaged product weight 0.95 lb
    • Positive Ratings 100%
    • Total Reviews 1

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    1. Total Reviews: 1
    2. Positive Ratings: 5 of 5
    1. Rating: 5 nice set by Make Way4 Ducklings I love the concept of this game and I like the images. I think as children get more proficient in this it would be great if they offered a support set of either additional imaged tiles. Or another possibility would be a set of blank tiles because as the child solves the set, the task gets easier and easier. Blanks would keep the game a challenge.