Educational Toys Planet Memory travel game review

In 2002 we founded Educational Toys Planet to provide a source of toys designed to bring joy to children while enhancing their ability to think, analyze, and create. We hand-pick every item on our site to help develop skills from early manipulation for babies to more advanced science skills for older children

Children learn through playing and to me its important to find toys that are both fun and educational. Educational toys planet has a huge selection of educational toys for all age ranges. I was sent a Melissa and Doug Memory Travel game to review. Being military we travel alot so I am always looking for fun things for the kids to do in the car. The Memory travel game is perfect for both of them to play with It is a wood game that comes with 7 different 2 sided cards so they can change which one they want to play all you they have to do is flip the squares backwards to reveal the picture underneath . It all stays together the only pieces are the cards you insert into it and it holds all the cards at once. My kids love this game It has kept them very busy in the car and at home. I'm definitely going to check out some more of their Travel Games.

Kids will have fun and learn at the same time with the Flip to Win Memory Travel Game by Melissa & Doug. Slide a card into the sturdy game board and start hunting for matches. This convenient educational game includes seven double-sided cards, a game board, and a scoreboard for two players. All the quality pieces of the Memory Travel Game store easily in the board. Great for classrooms, travel, and restaurants the Memory Travel Game from Educational Toys Planet combines fun and learning!

Age: 5 years +
Dimensions: 8.25 x 1.1 x 12 inches

Disclosure: Educational Toys Planet provided me with a product to review in exchange for my honest opinion. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

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