We've had this Memory Game for over ten years. Playing matching games with young kids is a an opportunity to learn important life lessons — like how to lose.
I bought this Memory Matching Game for my daughter when she was three; she's thirteen and we still bring it with us on coffee shop dates.
We've always strongly believed it is important to never let your kids win games. I've seen parents do it time-and-time again and here's the thing, the kids know what is going on. You can always see it in their faces.
I've also seen what happens when you train your kids that games are only fun if they win. They become sore losers and straight-up refuse to play anything... sadly this trait can carry over to life.
Memory Matching is one of the best games to play with kids because they can authentically kick your butt at it.
Have you ever played Memory Matching with a preschooler while trying to make dinner at the same time?
Trust me, your four-year-old will ROCK this game.
Just like your kid can sense you're faking it if you let them win, they can tell when they've authentically kicked your butt too. It is an empowering experience.
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Kids already spend too much time on screens. Skip online matching memory games and get a physical game instead. You won't regret it!
What I particularly love about this eeBook Life on Earth Memory Matching Game is the quality of the product.
The artwork in this eeBook set is beautiful, colorful, and creative.
It is also gender-neutral, which means this game can be based from sibling to sibling, cousin to cousin, or friend to friend.
The cardboard tiles are THICK and durable. We've had this memory matching game for ten years and ours is still in great working condition. The pieces have a glossy cover to protect them.
Memory Matching Game Details
Flora and fauna from around the world show the richness of Life on Earth. Twenty-four pairs of tiles include everything from iguanas to cardinals, oak leaves and acorns to underwater coral. Made of 90% recycled greyboard and is printed with safe, soy-based inks.
While we no longer pull Memory out during family game night (because my daughter is now a teen), this very set still accompanies us on hot cocoa dates at the local coffee shop.
We ditched the box years ago, and have the pieces in a cotton tied bag making it easy to carry in a purse.
This game is perfect as you wait for food at a restaurant when your kids are little or for a deep-conversation coffee date with your teen.
I swear the reason the girls still love to play is fond memories of truly winning when they were young. Don't miss the opportunity to teach your kids how to lose (and win) with the game Memory Matching!
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