Our price: $18.99
Designed for kids as young as two, Djeco's Little Memo is a delightful game that introduces memory skills to toddlers. Nine rubber-ducky-soft, vibrantly-colored animals are placed in the center of the table. Children close their eyes while a parent hides one of the adorable animals beneath the brightly decorated thicket box. The first to guess the missing animal wins a plant counter, and the child with the most tokens at the end of the game wins. For more toddler-accessible play, start with only a few animals and gradually work your way up to using more. To adapt the game for older children, hide more than one animal each time.
Little Memo introduces toddlers to game-playing basics such as following rules, taking turns, and how to win and lose with grace. Little Memo also promotes the development of visual observation. Set includes nine soft animals, one cylindrical hiding box, 15 counters, and instructions. Little Memo is ideal for children aged two-and-a-half and older.
Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 2 1/2 - 5 years
Playing Time: 10 minutes
Designed In: France
Made In: China
review by Joyful Wife Life
”Remember playing memory games with the cards all facing down? If you enjoyed that game then you need to check out this Little Memo memory game. This game is adorable and my little girls are in love with it!”Read the Review
review by Cosmic Montessori School
”Exposing our toddlers to new words and sounds — especially one on one in a focused and concentrated manner — is possibly the most important language skill builder we can offer at this age.”Read the Review
This is the cutest little game. My littles really love it.
The kids seem to enjoy this memory game at an earlier age than the card versions. It didn’t take long for my 6yo to memorize the pieces, but it’s perfect for my 5yo, and will be great for my 2yo when he’s ready-he still enjoys the pieces
After 1000 rounds of Sneaky Snacky Squirrel or Candyland, it was a relief to get this game in the mail! The characters are adorable and engaging, and it is more challenging than you might think! (I don't always win this one!!) I also appreciate the variety of characters for beginning sounds games and extended play beyond the "rules" of the memory game!