These lovely wooden cards with colourful animal pictures on can be a great memory-strengthening game for children.
Place all the cards face down in a uniform grid or square and then take turns in turning over two 'cards' at a time. The aim of the game is to match two identical cards and thus you score and remove them from play. Of course if they don't match you have to turn them face down again. The skill of the game lies in remembering where you last saw each card so that when you turn over its twin, you can then go straight to it. You can play a solitaire version on your own too, perhaps against the clock!
There are 18 pairs or wooden picture cards each measuring 149 x 149 x 10mm. Includes a durable cotton storage bag.
This game is also known as Pelmanism, Memory, Shinkei-suijaku, Pexeso or simply Pairs
Giant Pelmanism (Memory Game)
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