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Animal Adaptations Memory Game

This memory game can be used in the classroom or on the farm. It could be used to introduce pupils to animal adaptations or it could be used at the end of a farm tour to recap their learning. The game can be modified easily to fit with the animals found on a particular farm or for a younger age group.
It is advised to have no more than 2 or 3 teams of up to 4 pupils per set of cards. Place the cards face down on the table. Each team takes a turn to turn over a card. The same team must them turn over a second card that has the corresponding image or description. If they find matching cards they keep the cards. If they don't find matching cards they turn them back over and leave on the table. The team with the most sets of cards wins.

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