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How To make a Children's Memory Game

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Children love this memory game and its guarenteed to keep them happy for a while. It is fun, free and easy, even mum's and dad's will enjoy the challenge.
What you'll need: 
A large tray
Objects from around the house, such as, a hairbrush, button, candle, apple and so on
Take your tray, and fill it with about 12 objects, depending on the age of the child, you might need more or less.
Ask your child/children to take a good look at the tray for 1 minute and try to memorize as many items as they can.
Remove the tray out of view and ask your child to write down as many objects as they can remember.
A reward might be called for, if they get a good score.
You can make game harder simply by adding extra items to the tray.
This is also a great game for a childrens party.


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