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A game of association with which pairs of objects that have the same characteristics in common will have to

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What do they have in common?

Matching game in which the cards have pictures of objects that share common characteristics. It can be played individually or in a group. The chips have a self-correction system consisting of a band of 5 colors that must match when properly associated.

With this game you can develop different aspects such as: observation of objects, logical thinking since they must group each object or animal with its correct category. They will also develop their oral language by describing each object and explaining what they have in common. And thanks to the manipulation of the cards will work the visual-motor coordination.
A game that can not miss the development of children with autism.

Activities to be able to perform


With the chips spread over the table, the player selects one and looks for his partner, checking if the association is correct through the self-correcting system.


With the token of an object in front of the player, the player must describe the object taking into account various aspects: (eg flute)

  • Category to which it belongs: Musical Instrument
  • Physical characteristics: shape (elongated), color (brown), size (small)

  • Material and elements of which it is composed: (wood) (with holes and a place to blow)
  • Use (touch blowing and covering the holes with your fingers)

With two related cards the player must explain what they have in common:

  • Membership in the same category (animals, musical instruments, two-wheeled vehicles, ...)

  • Common use (to protect the feet, head, hands, ...)

Includes: 34 resistant cardboard cards (9 x 9 cm)

Recommended age: from 3 years

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