This memory game will help young learners learn the names of shapes. In this game they will click on the cards to find pairs of shapes. Don’t forget to download the free shapes coloring page below! You can see some more details on how to play down the page.
Memory games are a fun way to match pairs. In this game, youngsters are looking to match shapes. The shapes in this game are Square, Triangle, Circle, Star, and Oval.
There are two rows of cards and the player must pick a card from the top and card from the bottom row.
Youngsters will practice relating the names and shapes of specific objects. They will also practice learning and memorizing the position of objects.
Free Shapes Coloring Page
Download the coloring page and practice coloring the different shapes!
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How to Play Our Shapes Memory Game
Click or tap the big play button to start playing.
The game includes 2 rows of 4 cards. Each row contains the same 4 cards and the aim of the game is to match all 4 pairs of cards.
The player should click 1 card from the top row and 1 from the bottom row. Unless lucky, the player probably won’t have a match first time, but they should try to remember where the different cards are positioned.
When the successfully match a pair of cards, they’ll see a positive message.
The game continues until all 4 pairs of cards have been matched.
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- Keep the sound on where possible to allow your young ones to hear as well as see the numbers
- Encourage your youngster to count aloud and count along with the counting games
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