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Practicing your memory skills is beneficial. What can be better than creating your own memory game with your kids. This "shape memory game"  is designed to teach children geometric shapes by comparing and recognizing basic shapes. It serves as a teaching aid. Circle, square, triangle and oval. Learn geometric shapes during a game. Find and compare and don't forget to have fun.

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You will need

What to prepare on the table

  1. paper template - Memory game

  2. color-box

  3. scissors

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Coloring

Color pencils, crayons, watercolors, markers

Print the template - Memory game.

Take color pencils, crayons, watercolors, markers and color the template.

For younger children, leave the geometric shapes unpainted to make the memory game clear. Bigger children can create their own images into blank geometric shapes.

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Cutting

Now it's time for scissors

Cut out the template on dashed lines.

Bigger children can do it on their own using children scissors.

You can help little ones.

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Playing the memory game

Put the cards on the table

Put the cut cards on the table. Explain the system of matching the geometric shape to the image to your children.

Have fun playing and making up your own pictures.

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