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Little Likes Kids Sweetgrass Head Basket Memory Game

Little Likes Kids Sweetgrass Head Basket Memory Game


Educational toys that represent cultural and ethnic differences to children accurately and clearly can be hard to find. That is why Little Likes Kids has made it their mission to provide fun, interactive, and colorful toys that represent children of all backgrounds.

With the Sweetgrass Head Basket Memory Game, your child can learn about all kinds of vegetation through the beautiful illustrations of acclaimed artist Kellie Cox. This memory match game makes the best gift for kids 3–6 years old. This fun multicultural activity encourages screen-free play. Although this educational tool is intended for preschool-age children (ages 3–6), it works for all kids above age 3.

In addition, it conforms to US ATSM safety standards. Interactive matching games are a great way to get children excited about their own education from a young age. This package contains 24 illustrated cardboard pairs, 48 pieces total, bringing fun for 1–3 players. Designed to be adaptive to all children at any skill level, this memory card game can be as challenging as you’d like. Start your child with 8 pairs to match, and watch them grow faster and more accurate. Keep adding pairs until you get to the full 24.

Encourage your child to challenge their mind and expand their cognitive skills and hand-eye coordination. Each set of cards is eco-friendly and printed with non-toxic inks.

Little Likes Kids is a women-owned, certified-minority business founded by a mother who wanted toy options for her son that reflected his friends' and his experiences. Each unique game’s design uses bright and playful original artwork to represent diversity, fun, and love, making them excellent classroom supplies for preschool and kindergarten teachers. These matching games are designed to teach in a visual-spatial manner, specifically catering to hands-on learners and providing children from an early age a clear picture of what families are like and how each one is different in its own unique way.