Memory Match Game Instructions

Mizzie Memory Match & Flash Card Game Set includes FOUR fun-filled games that will invigorate toddlers and children to FLOURISH their minds and develop their skills through playtime!

Mizzie Memory Match Rules:

Players: 1+

- Divide your 'Mizzie Memory Match' 36-card deck, so that all cards with green squares on the back are in a separate pile. Create separate piles for cards orange circles and yellow stars.

- Level One: Green Squares. Level One consists of 8 cards and 4 pairs, each with a green square on the back of the card. Shuffle your deck and lay out each card face down. Flipping one card at a time, attempt to find the matching pair. If you flip over two cards that do not match, flip over both cards and start again. Your goal is to use your memory to match the pairs! This level is perfect for children beginning their memory-matching journey: use these 4 pairs to start their problem-solving journey and help gain confidence!

- Level Two: Orange Circles. Level Two consists of 10 cards and 5 pairs, each with an orange circle on the back of the card. Shuffle your deck and lay out each card face down. Flipping one card at a time, attempt to find the matching pair. If you flip over two cards that do not match, flip over both cards and start again. 1 match attempt per turn. Your goal is to use your memory to match the pairs! If playing with friends, the player with the most pairs at the end of the game wins! This level is amazing for little ones who have started to understand memory matching and are looking to develop their skills further and have their friends join in! 

- Level Three: Yellow Stars. Level Three consists of 18 cards and 9 pairs, each with a yellow star on the back of each card. Shuffle your deck and lay out each card face down. Flipping one card at a time, attempt to find the matching pair. If you flip over two cards that do not match, flip over both cards and start again. 1 match attempt per turn.  Your goal is to use your memory to match the pairs! If playing with friends, the player with the most pairs at the end of the game wins! Perfect for advanced players!

- Mizzie Memory Match: Friends & Family. Once your little one is a Mizzie Memory Match pro, it's time to graduate to 18 pairs! Perfect for family game nights or birthday party games, use all 36 cards for the ultimate Mizzie fun! Shuffle your deck and lay out each card face down. Flipping one card at a time, attempt to find the matching pair. If you flip over two cards that do not match, flip over both cards and start again. 1 match attempt per turn.  Your goal is to use your memory to match the pairs! If playing with friends, the player with the most pairs at the end of the game wins!

 

Mizzie's Flash Card Colour & Shape Sorting Rules:

Players: 1+

1. Shuffle your 'Mizzie Memory Match' Flash Cards and lay out each card, face down.

2. Ask your child to create 3 piles by collecting the squares together, the circles together and the stars together.

3. Develop their understanding and problem solving further by creating patterns with the shapes and ask your little one to replicate it (e.g. create a pattern of star, star, circle, square on the floor then ask them to do the same) OR ask your little one to collect bundles of cards for you with specific colours or shapes (e.g. ask your child for a collection of cards with 2 stars, 1 square and 3 circles). This can be adjusted to your little one's understanding and be used to challenge and evolve their learning journey!

 

Mizzie's Flash Card Letter & Number Learning Rules:

Players: 1+

1. Divide your 'Mizzie Memory Match & Flash Card' Deck and set aside all cards with a yellow star embossed on the back (18 Total).

2. Divide these cards between letter cards (8 total) and number cards (10 total).

3. Using either the letters or numbers piles, use these cards to help your child identify basic letters from A-D OR numbers from 1-5. This can be done by asking your child to count the number of animals of the Number Cards or asking your child what the object on your letter cards are. This game is amazing for language and mathematical development and can be customised to your child's skill level!