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Noah turned 3 this past November and we started working on teaching him a bunch of different things. Potty training is one of them of course, but that’s a different post. I have this game on my phone that involves matching so I was excited to be able to review a couple matching games with Noah. He is all about winning right now (especially against his brother) so we’ve been having fun learning how to find matches with the Disney Frozen Matching Game.
The Disney Frozen Matching Game is made for the preschool age (recommended age is 3) but works for any age! It has 72 cards that you can all lay out and find the matches. 72 cards is a little bit much for Noah, so I normally lay out about half of them when he’s involved in playing. Since Hayden is 7, he loves to play with the whole set. It may take him a while to find all the matches but he never gives up.
Since Noah is the youngest, he always goes first. We also allow him to flip over 4 at a time since its harder for him to remember where the cards are. Hayden pays close attention to Noah because he can always find a match behind him. He’s a good big brother though, sometimes he looks out for his brother and helps him find matches. The more cards, the longer the game will take so makes sure the kids are patient. The first time we played the game, we watched Frozen at the same time. They loved seeing the scenes on the card and on the screen! It made the game so much more fun.