At a Glance
Discover different animals and their babies with the Matching Families game.
Features and benefits for ELC Matching Families
- 42 colourful cards
- Play matching games
- Learn animal and animal baby names
Matching Families features bright, colourful pictures of animals and their babies. Matching up the cards is a great way to learn about new animals while increasing vocabulary, while talking about the animals helps boost social and communication skills.
How to play:
Lay out the cards face up and hunt for matching pairs. We can pick a baby and search for its parent or let's gather up all the babies, or all the birds, or all the green cards.
Let's talk about the animals. We can say what they're called and make the noise they make! Let's lay the cards face down and play a matching pairs game.
Pack includes 42 cards. Suitable from 2 years.
We have lots of fun and educational games to choose from.
smaller items may be delivered via Royal Mail.
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