Giveaway: Ravensburger Memory game
The exciting search for matching picture pairs guarantees hours of fun for the whole family! Small children are often best at this game, thanks to their excellent visual memory.
Despicable Me 3 has been a favourite in my household and watched many times by Jake and Grace, along with the first two films and extra Minions film. Fair to say Jake and Grace really do like watching the crazy gang!
Included within the box:-
48 cardboard square themed cards (24 pairs)
How to play Ravensburger Memory game
Match and collect 24 pairs of bright and colourful high-quality memory picture cards in this classic game. Cards feature Gru and his adopted daughters Margo, Edith and Agnes, Lucy and the hilarious minions, plus the characters from the new Despicable Me 3 film.
Place the cards picture-side down, shuffle and arrange them in rows to make a rectangle.
The youngest player goes first, the player whose turn it is turns over two cards so everyone can see them. If the cards have the same two pictures, then the player keep these two cards and turns over two new ones. This continues until the player turns over two cards that do not match. If the pictures on the cards do not match, they are turned face-down again. The next player continues with the game.
The game is over when the last pair of cards has been turned over. Now the players stack all their cards in a tower. The winner is the player with the most pairs of cards and thus the highest tower.
Another way that we like to play Ravensburger Memory game is by laying all the cards out in front of us face-down and we were then ready to play. Each player takes two or three cards each and laying them face-up in front of us to see if we have any matching pairs between us, and if we do, then we match them and place them in the box then take another from the pile. When we have no more matches between us we lay them all back face-down and pick a further three. When less cards are on the floor, we then drop the card count to only allowing us to turn two over at a time.
The game can be played to suit different ages and abilities; for younger children use fewer cards, but you’ll be surprised at just how good children are at this game – there is every chance that as their skills develop they will beat you!
The Ravensburger Memory cards are up to the same great standard as all Ravensburger products. Made from sturdy high-quality card, laminated on both sides with a colour print. Such a fun picture matching game which is a great way to develop matching and memory skills.
Despicable Me 3 Ravensburger Memory game is suitable for 2-6 players from ages 3 years and up, I would say could be used from younger as we have in the past owned a few of these Ravensburger character memory games and I think they are brilliant for children from a young age as early as the age as one to learn to match pictures.
With summer holiday season starting these would be perfect to take on holidays or days out as they are a small compact size, and children do play for hours (tried and tested) so these would make a perfect addition to pop into a bag without taking up much room at all.
Despicable Me 3 Ravensburger Memory game is available to purchase from Amazon along with a wide selection of many other characters.
Mummy H, Jake & Grace
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