Ecological Memory | Kids Animal Matching Game
Ecological Memory: “Animals at Risk” is a fun animal matching game for children 2+. Match endangered animals with their babies and learn more about their environment.
This game is fun way to introduce children to endangered animals and explore the world’s at-risk habitats.
Large colorful pieces ensure a safe, stimulating experience.
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An Educational Animal Matching Game
Ecological Memory “Animals at Risk” is a classic animal matching game with an eco-friendly twist! Turn over the game pieces to match endangered animals to their babies. Study their habitats to better understand why these animals are at risk.
This multisensory animal matching memory game is a great way to break away from screens and flashing lights. Sit down for a round or two, and watch your child improve their memory while learning about the natural world!
The game pieces are 2 inches by 2 inches and non toxic. However, we strongly encourage adult supervision.
How is an Animal Matching Game Eco Friendly?
This animal matching game is printed on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper. It’s also 100% recyclable and non toxic. Emeraldology ships sustainably using compostable materials, plant-based ink, and recycled paper.
The game itself encourages young children to connect with endangered species and their habitats. Building an appreciate and understanding for the natural world may inform sustainable decisions later on.
What Animals Will We Learn About?
Ecological Memory “Animals at Risk” features 16 endangered species. Some of our favorites include orangutans, snow leopards, koalas, rhinos, eagles, and sea turtles.
Why Shop at Emeraldology?
Emeraldology is the study of everyday actions that contribute to a healthier planet. We believe supporting small businesses with sustainable practices is a crucial part of creating a better future for life on Earth.
Once your order is placed, Sam will get right to work processing it. Then, he will send you a personal email when the order has shipped. Although Amazon’s two- and one-day shipping is convenient, it is terribly inefficient and hard on the environment. We hope our customers willing to wait an extra day or two to have their order shipped in a full truck that was stopping by your mailbox anyway. So far, we’ve been correct!
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