DreamBox Learning’s Top Educational Toys for the Holidays, No. 4
We couldn’t complete our gift giving countdown without including a memory game. But with all the memory games out there, which one do kids like best? Read on and find out which memory game takes the number four slot in our educational toys countdown.
Charley Harper Memory Game: A Challenging and Beautifully Illustrated Memory Game for Ages 4 to 8
Charley Harper Memory Game
The classic memory game gets a makeover with this beautiful 72-piece set, illustrated by American artist Charley Harper. Kids flip all the pieces face down and practice memory skills as they find matching pairs. Pre-school-age children can play an easier version with fewer matching pairs and older kids can play a more difficult version with all 36 matching pairs. This set comes packaged in a recycled natural kraft colored box.
Ages: 4 to 8
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Disclaimer: DreamBox is in no way affiliated with this product and recommends it solely on its educational merits.
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