Memory Toy Story 3 Educational Game
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- Can you find the matching pairs of your favorite Toy Story characters! Potatoes, pigs, ponies, and more! Tons of fun for your preschoolers!
- Don't forget where you left your toys! This classic game is fun for all ages.
- Can you remember what's hiding where? It's fun to find matching pictures of your favorite things, two by two.
- Just flip over the cards, two at a time, trying to make a match. If you do, you keep them.
- Remember and find the most pairs and you're the winner! Ages 3 and up. 1 or more players.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
Educationally speaking, the memory games do have a role in practicing memory skills with small preschool and elementary school children up to about third grade. After that they really are too old for this particular form of the memory game.
A far better memory game that has been a favorite with my children for years is The Magic Labyrinth Board Game. Even adults find that one challenging and enjoyable. Another game that is slightly more challenging than this Toy Story Memory game is Monkeyland. And finally a memory game which also practices number sense up to 100 as well as evens and odds is Hide and Eeek. All three of these games are better for children 5 and up than this one.
A preschool teacher might want to get this one, while elementary school teachers should go with either Monkey Land or Hide and Eeek!. Magic Labyrinth really isn't rugged enough for the classroom, although it is the most fun option for family use.
As other reviewers have stated, the pictures on the cards are too similar to each other. There's a close up of Woody; Woody with his foot on a ball; Woody with Buzz; Woody with Jessie; Woody dancing; Woody on Bullseye; Woody with Jessie & Buzz; Woody with Jessie & Buzz & Hamm & Rex; Woody with Jessie, Buzz, Hamm, Rex, Aliens, Bullseye & Mr Potato Head. Possibly even more combinations - I think we lost some of the cards.
We usually break the cards into 3 sets and play them that way, to make the game more manageable - but today my 4 year old son wanted to play the whole set together. He seemed to enjoy the challenge, but I did not find it enjoyable. It prompted me to come and write this review.
You'd think that they could have added more individual characters to the cards: Andy, Bonnie, Big Baby, Barbie, Ken, Zurg, Andy's Mom, Mr. Pricklepants. Please?!
We also own 'eeBoo I Never Forget a Face Memory Game' and I find that one much more enjoyable and worthwhile.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for toy story fans! Just one of the many great memory games. Very fun, easily to play, and the cards are very colorful.Published 8 months ago by Abby Stempien
This will be a great game to teach memorization to our young son! And it's his favorite movie so he will have even more fun with it!Published 19 months ago by Justine Shively
i purchase for my son and he loves it. Sometimes i cant get it away from him. he loves itPublished on December 16, 2013 by Tonia Williamson
I love this game as a child and know I have played with my nephew and he loves it a lotPublished on December 16, 2013 by Bodet
Great variety and all in good quality. My 4yo loves it and we got him to practice his memory this way, we had to "hide" some of the parts because there were just too many... Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by I. Ben-Bassat
I guess she likes it it was for my niEce so never heard a bad thing, and the price was greatPublished on February 15, 2013 by sabine jones
I got this game for my 2 year old great-nephew for Christmas. We only use 8 cards right now until he is a little older, then we will add more cards. He loves it! Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Sandra F. Montero