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- Sturdy wooden matching and memory game featuring colorful animals
- Great memory game
- Fun with animals
- Who Lives Where contains colorful animal shapes, platforms and triangular roofs
- Award winning memory and matching game
List Price: $19.99
Who Lives Where Wooden Memory & Matching Game Description
Award winning memory and matching game..
Reviews By Zachary : Date June 6, 2005
This is a cute memory game. The object is to put your animals in their respective homes in the order you lined up your animals by playing memory with their “homes”. It is cute and my two year old enjoys the game. Except… the shapes and “homes” are not cut well therefore, the animals are hard to put in the homes. Even I had trouble getting them out for my two year old. I’m taking our game back to exchange it for a different memory game. I just don’t have confidence that exchanging it for another of the same game will solve the issue. They are simply poorly manufactured pieces.
Reviews By Paul Breon : Date September 21, 2006
I play this game with my 7 and 5 year old; they really enjoy it. It’s challenging even for me to find where the pieces go. We call it the “Noah’s Ark” game (since there’s two of each animal.) After we’re done, we ‘walk’ the pieces back into the wooden box and put them back in their ‘cages’. It doesn’t take too long, they don’t get frustrated. It’s just a good 20 minutes of fun, and then we can move on. We don’t have trouble getting the pieces out; I imagine a much younger child would, but we’re good to go.
Reviews By April Sancken : Date September 10, 2007
I bought this game for a friend’s 3 year old. He just loves it. It can be used to teach colors, counting, animal names, as well as memory skills. I would caution that the animals are small enough to pose a choking hazard but with supervision this shouldn’t be a problem. Other people complained the animals were tough to put in their home ours slide in easily so maybe this issue was fixed.