Thursday, November 24, 2016

Food Memory Game Review (Tomoson)

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I received Food, a matching game, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. Food is a puzzle -based matching game. Each puzzle piece shows half of a piece of food, such as cake. The goal is to match both pieces of the same food. The tricky part is all the pieces are the same size. I wanted the game for Kalen. Puzzles is one of his ARD/IEP goals. Plus, he needs to learn more food based words, especially chicken, hot dogs, turkey, and other meat is called chicken, while apples and oranges are called apples. He also knows salt, ice, water, cookie, and cake.

The game also helps improve hand-eye coordination and fine-motor skills. The pieces are made from a thick cardboard, which is easy to pick up. The pictures are bright and colorful. Your kids will enjoy matching with this puzzle game.

You can purchase the game, using the link above. The game is prime-eligible.

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