A colour matching game involving sheep – round up the flock matching the coloured spots on the playing board with coloured clothing worn by the lambs
Lotto encourages concentration, and improves memory and recognition skills.
This game helps children develop their memory and concentration skills; it encourages participation in group activities and develops verbal interaction.
A board game – row your boat to the boat house by matching the colour spot dice to the colours on the board. Watch out for crocodiles!!!
Have fun while learning! Match fronts and backs to make real vehicles; alternatively make ‘silly’ vehicles. Make a real match and listen to a song as well as facts about the vehicle.
All about matching animals with their noses. A good way for children to develop sorting and matching skills. Also learning how to play a simple game, developing thinking and social skills.
Match the cards of the well known characters. 72 tiles make up the set, but with younger players you cab reduce the numbers.
Using the cards as a guide, match the pegs to the colour of the image.
Match the wooden pieces to the shapes on the board.
The object of this game is to collect the most cards on your pig board by matching the cards in your hand with the other cards in play.