Australian Geographic Animals Memory Game
With beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, this Australian Geographic game is a fun and engaging way to learn about some of Australia’s most beloved native animals. Did you know that koalas sometimes sleep for more than 20 hours a day?
Learn about Australia’s most iconic native animals with this engaging Australian Geographic-produced memory game. Use the 24 wooden pieces to play memory and other simple matching games. The set also includes a range of educational, easy-to-understand information cards that offer facts and insights into 12 Australian animals, from echidnas to wombats.
- Hours of fun; a popular game that never goes out of style.
- Classic gameplay: educational fun the whole family will enjoy.
- Play anywhere: this portable game can be set up anywhere and is fully transportable in a drawstring bag.
- Made from FSC materials.
- Contains: 24 wooden pieces, a convenient drawstring bag for storage, plus 6 double-sided information cards on iconic Australian animals.
- The perfect gift for any child.
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