Gruffalo Mini Memory Game
product code: 138827
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A set of 48 bright and colourful high-quality memory picture cards. The cards feature lots of different images of your favourite Gruffalo characters including Mouse, Fox, Snake and The Gruffalo. There are 24 different pairs to match up and collect in this classic game. The game play can be varied to suit different ages and abilities; for younger children use fewer cards, but you'll be surprised at just how good youngsters are at this game – there is every chance that as their skills develop they will beat you! The memory cards are made from sturdy high-quality card, laminated on both sides with a colour print.
- 48 cards
- 24 pairs to match
- Improves fine motor skills
- Great for hand to eye coordination
- Helps with problem solving
- Cards are made from sturdy hard-quality card
- Suitable from 2 years
How does this help my child ?
Hand to Eye CoordinationHand to Eye Coordination
This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.
Problem solvingProblem solving
These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.
- Weight: 0.9 kg
- Height: 15.2 cm
- Width: 23.1 cm
- Depth: 3.5 cm
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