What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Preschool Memory Match is a simple concentration-type matching game that will help develop memory skills as well as the ability to recognize animals, instruments, vehicles, foods, and other objects. The difficulty levels make it appropriate for a wide age range. The app is very kid-friendly.
Is it any good?
There are many memory games on the market, and there's not a whole lot that sets them apart. However, PRESCHOOL MEMORY MATCH does a few things better than others. First, the buttons to choose the level of difficulty are large and sized relative to the card size, making it easy for kids to identify which is which even if they're unable to read. When a match is made, it is usually accompanied by the sound the object makes, along with the name of the object both visually and aurally, which can get kids started on reading. An unexpected surprise is that once all the matches have been made, kids are rewarded two or more audio-visual "toys." These are little graphics that move, spin, bend, and twist when they're tapped. It may not seem like much, but because the toys are randomly selected each time, kids will enjoy playing the matching game again and again to see which toys they get. The only downside for this app is that when a match is made, the zoomed-in image obscures the cards briefly, which prevents you from continuing the game until it disappears. (There is an option to fade the image more quickly, but it still lingers for a while.)