Goula My First Memo Game – Tom and his Forest Friends
Memory games are a great way to help your child develop, physical, social, emotional, communication and language skills. As well as, problem solving, picture recognition and memory skills from a young age whilst having fun.
Forest Friends Memo is a traditional game where children have to try to find the most pairs memo picture counters to win the game. To ensure that the youngest of children can enjoy this fun game, the 18 wooden playing counters are extra-large and brightly coloured – so children will be sure to be entertained during playtime. There are 18 wooden playing counters in the box – two of each picture for children to find. The pictures on the wooden playing counters include a fox, a mouse, an owl, a rabbit, a hedgehog, a fox and a robin – all of which have been beautifully illustrated to make them eye-catching for young children.
Start the game by mixing up the wooden memo counters, making sure the pictures are all face down so children will only see the red Goula picture. Then, taking turns, players can turn over any two counters to see if they can match the pictures – remembering to keep track of where these particular pictures are. If a player successfully turns over matching picture counters, then they can ‘keep’ those and have another turn. The winner is the player at the end who has found the most matching counters. A child can play on their own – trying to find as many pairs as possible, or with up to 3 friends.