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Animal Shadow Match Ups - The Classic Memory Game
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Animal Shadow Match Ups - The Classic Memory Game

The classic memory game for beginners.

Animal Shadow Match ups has 24 pairs of animal cards.  A good memory is a vital building block for success. Here is a game that is an excellent but simple way to encourage concentration and memory training. The child is required to look at different animals/their shadows carefully and match them.

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