Memory Game: Discovering Bugs and Crawlies

By Lalita's Art Shop

$29.99

Discover Bugs and Crawlies Memory Game - an educational game where children can discover the world around them through art. 

  • This wonderful matching card game will help stimulate children’s visual memory while discovering the enchanting world of bugs and crawlies
  • MUCH MORE THAN A MEMORY GAME - In addition to being an educational game where children discover the world through art - Increase memory, observation and speed Language abilities
  • 4 LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY: for young children, experienced players, competitive players and a speed game for advanced players
  • The bilingual, English and French, illustrated lexicon on the inside cover enhances vocabulary and serves as an introduction to entomology
  • Illustrated by 4 talented artists. Perfect for family fun, preschool and elementary school students

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Question list for our Speed Game -> Available soon!

LEARNING THROUGH ART AND PLAY - Lalita's Art Shop has transformed the traditional Memory Game to make it a real educational tool by stimulating children’s visual memory while discovering the enchanting world of bugs and crawlies. The bilingual, illustrated lexicon on the inside cover enhances vocabulary and serves as an introduction to entomology— the study of insects, and the fascinating world of invertebrates through the imagination of four talented artists!

 

MUCH MORE THAN A MEMORY GAME - In addition to being an educational game, it also has an evolving nature. The game may be adapted to different levels according to the child’s age. There are four levels of difficulty to choose from for young children, experienced players, and competitive players. It can also serve as a speed game for advanced players.

 

LEARNING THROUGH ART AND PLAY - Lalita's Art Shop has transformed the traditional Memory Game to make it a real educational tool by stimulating children’s visual memory while discovering the enchanting world of bugs and crawlies. The bilingual, illustrated lexicon on the inside cover enhances vocabulary and serves as an introduction to entomology— the study of insects, and the fascinating world of invertebrates through the imagination of four talented artists!

 

 

MUCH MORE THAN A MEMORY GAME - In addition to being an educational game, it also has an evolving nature. The game may be adapted to different levels according to the child’s age. There are four levels of difficulty to choose from for young children, experienced players, and competitive players. It can also serve as a speed game for advanced players.

 

Play is simple!

HOW TO PLAY: Shuffle and place the cards face down. The first player turns two cards over. If the cards are identical, the player keeps the pair of cards. Continue to pick cards until you fail to make a match. Play continues with the next player. Once all the cards have been matched, the game is over. The player with the most cards wins the game. 

 

4 LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY YOUNG CHILDREN  - Play with 12 cards (6 pairs of your choice), which are then placed face down in the box. With the help of an adult, use the lexicon on the inside cover to discover and learn the words.

EXPERIENCED PLAYERS - Play with all 48 cards. Earn extra points by correctly identifying the dierent bugs and crawlies illustrated using the words in the bilingual lexicon inside the cover of the box. 

COMPETITIVE PLAYERS - May the fastest player win! Turn two identical cards over, then correctly shout out the name of the small animal illustrated on the card. If you shout out the correct answer, keep the cards. If you don’t know the answer, an opponent can steal the pair of cards if they can correctly identify the species. The player with the right answer continues playing until an opponent steals the round. 

 

SPEED GAME  - By placing all the cards face up on a table the game becomes a Speed Game where children’s knowledge of invertebrates is put to the test! This playful approach makes it possible to introduce, teach or study the fascinating world of bugs and crawlies. Place cards face up on a table. One player refers to the lexicon printed inside the cover of the box and asks all the other players a question such as “Find a whip spider.” The first one to get the correct answer keeps the card. The player with the most cards at the end of the game wins!

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