MAXI-MEMORY UNIVERSE

20405

New product

Memory game featuring true-life images of the universe on large format cards for exercising the memory, working on attention skills while discovering the wonders of the universe.

Content

De 3 a 8 añosNecesidades especialesSeniors

Included:

  • - 34 cards (9 x 9 cm)

This game allows you to exercise memory with real images on large cards. It promotes the development of observation and concentration. Through the attention is improved visual and spatial memory.

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