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Memory Games

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  1. Story Lines Language Development Game
  2. Who Lives Where? Animals Memory & Matching Game
  3. Wildlife 52 Giant Playing Cards Set
  4. Gone Shopping Preschool Memory Game
  5. Coccimemo Ladybug First Memory Game
  6. Number Fun Ducks 10 pc Water Activity Set
  7. Architecture 52 Giant Playing Cards Set
  8. Enchanted Forest Memory Board Game
  9. Cognitive Development Kit of 4 Matching Games for 3-5 Years
  10. Sci-ology Memory & Strategy Game
  11. Flag Frenzy - Learn Countries of the World Flags Card Game
  12. Ice Cream Shaped Pairs Matching Game
  13. Simple Word Lotto Word Building Game
  14. SomeBody Human Body 5 Games Set
  15. Simple Math Lotto Addition & Subtraction Game
  16. Go Fish for Wildlife Card Game - Mammals
  17. Award Winning
    Memory Games
  18. I Never Forget a Face Kids Matching Game
  19. Life on Earth Memory Game for Kids
  20. Dinosaurs Card Game & Book
  21. Preschool Animal Memory Game
  22. Converse Opposites Matching Game
  23. Alphabet Memory Game
  24. Dogs Card Game & Book
  25. Anatex Busy Cube

    Anatex Busy Cube


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Our memory games can be used to teach almost any subject matter and there is something for every age group and interest. Kids who love Social Studies will likely enjoy "Flag Frenzy" while children who are still learning to read will benefit from "Match It! First Words". Memory is a skill that is learned just like anything else, through continued practice and real life opportunity. The brain is a muscle which must be worked out regularly and a mind that is kept "in shape" will be more agile, sharper and more flexible. Memory is a cognitive skill that is essential for a wide variety of careers and vocations. It is also vital to everyday activities like going to the grocery store, driving your car or even making a phone call. In modern times, technology has taken over some of the jobs that the human memory once did. That is both a blessing and a curse. It is vital that we work to preserve and build our children's memories and mental acuity so that they can be the very best that they can. ."