Australian Memory Card Game
This stunningly beautiful memory game features watercolour paintings by the Brisbane watercolour artist Amanda Borchers. This set is designed by the Australian Company Modern Monty.
Amanda's unique style captures the spirit of the wild, with natural, life-like colours and gorgeous simplicity with a Scandi twist. The realistic design is certainly a conversation starter.
This beautiful game is recommended for ages 3 to 103. The cards are stored in a beautiful magnetic box and it makes this memory game the perfect gift.
This Australian memory game can be played alone or in a small group - making it one of the world's perfect games. How to play instructions are included on the inside of the box.
- featuring iconic Australian flora and fauna: Koala, Kangaroo, Wombat, Wattle, Gum Leaves, Black Cockatoo, Galah, Echidna, Kangaroo Paw, Crocodile, Gum Nuts, Emu
- artwork by watercolour artist Amanda Borchers
- Cards are made from premium, durable, 900gsm, recycled cardstock.
- Cards come in a cardboard box with a magnetic lid.
- Our manufacturer is FSC certified, which means our product is eco-friendly and ethically made. It is made with environmentally and socially responsible processes.
- Designed and illustrated in Australia, manufactured over seas.
How to Play?
- The memory game can be played alone or with 2 or more players
- Mix up the cards.
- Lay them in rows, face down.
- Choose two cards to turn over.
- If the two cards match, keep them.
- If they don't match, turn them back over.
- Try to remember what was on each card and where it was.
- If you're playing with others, watch and remember during the other player's turns too.
- The game is over when all the cards have been matched.
- How may pairs did you match? Play and again and try and try to match more.
How to extend and enrich children's learning
- choose a card, and then research using books and the internet - where does the animal or plant come from in Australia?
- match the cards with figurines and photographs
- use the cards as word cards for early writing
- use the cards as writing prompts for story telling
- use the cards as 'story stones'