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Winnie the Pooh Memory Game

Guide price: £24

Last updated on 26th Aug 2015

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Winnie the Pooh Memory Game

An updated version of a classic game, the Winnie-the-Pooh Memory Game is a version of Pelmanism that youngsters will become addicted to. Recommended for children of two-and-a-half years or more, this is a game that is perfect for developing memory skills. Lay the 24 cards face-down, then take it in turns to turn one then another card over. If you find a pair, move them to the side and continue. If not, turn the cards face down again and the next player repeats the process.

The one with the most matched pairs at the end of the game wins. The 12 pairs of cards depict classic Disney Winnie-the-Pooh characters and scenes: Pooh outside his tree stump; Tigger gleefully bouncing; Eeyore suitably gloomy; Owl reassuringly wise. Children will identify with the bright, colourful and familiar imagery immediately and will love searching for the elusive pairs.

A great family game that many parents will remember from their childhoods, this is a lovely way of involving the youngest members of the family in collective play. --Lucie Naylor

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