Match a Pair of Birds Memory Game
This classic memory game is a fun and educational way for both children and more experienced birdwatchers to master a body of knowledge that will serve them a lifetime: how to identify both the male and female of a species.
Players are challenged to match 25 avian pairs from around the world, from the barn owl to the blue tit, the ostrich to the macaw. This is an appealing game for emerging readers (no reading is required other than the names of the birds) that will widely expand players’ visual knowledge of the natural world.
This is a quality product made to last, with bespoke illustration and sleek, stylish, and sturdy packaging.
About the Illustrators:
Christine Berrie is a Glasgow-based illustrator who has studied at the Glasgow School of Art and Royal College of Art, London. Her work has been widely exhibited. Her clients include The Guardian, The New York Times, Time Out and Penguin Books.
Roger Fawcett-Tang is a British graphic designer with a special interest in book design and calendars. He is the founder and creative director of Struktur Design which has won various design awards and been featured in numerous design books and international magazines.
Fifty cards; 3.9” x 5.5”; For two players, ages 6 and up.Product SKU: