A child-friendly format, My First Brain Quest Animal Matching promotes important preschool skills. To play, you face the cards up for all the players to see, then place the cards down and mix them up. On each turn, a player turns over two picture cards looking for a match. Animal Matching improves memory skills and teaches about animals at the same time (and, the picture cards are cute, cute, cute). For 2 - 4 players.
This game is designed to help preschoolers develop memory and matching skills. It's a simple game that can be enjoyed alone or by up to four players. Each of the 48 picture cards has an animal illustration. Cards are placed face-down and players take turns overturning two cards. If the animal pictures on the cards match, that player keeps those cards and continues to reveal picture cards, two at a time, until the cards don't match. Play continues until all picture cards have been matched up. The player with the most matching pairs at the end of the game wins. --Alison Golder