A fun rhyming game for children. A fun twist on the classic lotto and memory matching games. Strengthen visual discrimination, vocabulary and phonics skills. No reading required.
This rhyming game is suitable for 2 to 4 players. The recommended age of children to play is game is 4 years and older.
Board games help to promote a variety of skills in children. Board games can help to develop language, communication and social skills, as well as increasing maths and literacy development. In younger children, board games, can teach colour recognition, counting and turn taking. Older children can develop skills in problem solving, as well as tactical and strategic thinking. Board games can also help to develop fine motor skills. Board games can also help to introduce basic, daily skills such as healthy eating, money handling and awareness about sustainability and the environment. Educational board games are a fun way to aid the development of cognitive, fine motor skills and social skills.