Memorama is an animal matching game that increases in complexity the longer you play. The game starts out with just two cards and increases in number as you progress. Match animals like storks, jellyfish, lions, and even dinosaurs like the T-Rex.
This is a great game for improving your memory skills while also sharpening your focus. As there is very little reading involved in this game, it is perfect for children 4 and up.
Working Memory: Recalling and retaining information in our minds while working.
Memory Games are perfect for strengthening our working memory skills. In Memorama, students need to remember where each animal in the game is located in order to match it with its pair. This requires them to keep multiple pieces of information in their head at the same time. The game starts off with just two cards and works its way up so even students struggling with this skill can practice at a comfortable pace.
Focus: Sustaining energy for short-term tasks.
The singular goal in Memorama is to match an animal with its pair. This helps students practice their focusing skills, as there is one task for them to complete without any additional information being provided. Each round is also short, allowing students to practice their focus in a limited amount of time, working their way up to longer tasks in the future.
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