Colors Lesson | Memory – Listen and Match

Colors - Memory GameThe first game is called Memory. It’s a simple pair matching game with a twist. Cards fall into the scene and you can click on one to reveal it’s color.

The purpose is to find two cards of the same color. When you find all the pairs the stage is over and you can move to the next stage where more cards fall and more pairs need to be uncovered.

Playing this game will allow kids (or adults) to hear the names of the colors over and over. That is why it is an introductory activity. Repetition is a great way to introduce vocabulary. The idea is that people will enjoy playing this game and learn while they are playing.

There is a twist to Memory game that many other memory games don’t have. If you select two cards that don’t match, they are thrown into the air and re-positioned. This makes it more of a challenge to remember where the cards are. Some adults find this tough but most kids who play like the challenge and unpredictability this adds.

Summary

Memory is a timed game. Try to finish each level as quickly as possible.

  • Game Purpose: Match color pairs against the clock.
  • Educational Purpose: Learn the colors by repetitive play.
  • Hint: Hit the cards on the bottom first, they don’t fly so high if you don’t get a pair.

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