Games to Improve Your Child’s Memory

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Games to Improve Your Child’s Memory

Memory is a crucial aspect of any child’s life. Some kids have a tougher time with memory than others. One child may remember to brush their teeth every night without being reminded, while another child may need nightly reminders. One child may easily remember lyrics to a song, while another child may not. The good news for parents is that there are some games that will help with memory improvement. Here are some games to improve your child’s memory.

Games to Improve Your Child's Memory

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Snack AttackSnack Attack was published by ThinkFun, designed for kids ages 4 and up, with 2-6 players. This game was awarded the Best Toy Award from Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. The goal of the game is for players to spin the spinner, stack their cards and match the snack tokens.

Stone Soup Stone Soup was published by Peaceable Kingdom, designed for kids ages 5 and up, with 2-4 players. This game was awarded both the Family Review Center Seal of Approval and the Major Fun Award! To play the game, players need to cook up a soup by creating ingredient matches.

I Spy Memory Game I Spy Memory Game was published by Briarpatch Games, designed for kids ages 4 and up, with 1-6 players. This game is just like a regular memory game, except with a few twists such as funny riddles and different backgrounds. The great thing about this game is that there are eight different ways to play the game.

Anteater Antics Anteater Antics was published by Melissa & Doug, designed for kids ages 4 and up, with 2-4 players. The game comes complete with 2 soft anteater hats, 64 plush ants and 34 cards. The goal of the game is for each player to

I Never Forget a Face Matching GameI Never Forget a Face Matching  This game was published by eeBoo, designed for kids ages 5 and up, with 2-4 players. To play the game, players need to match pairs of children’s faces from different cultural backgrounds.

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