What happens when your traditional memory game meets yoga poses? Memory Yoga from ThinkFun!
Work on balance, coordination, mindfulness, and memory in this fun twist on an old classic! I love when I can find a game that encourages my children to get up and move around!
Memory Yoga: A New *Twist* on an Old Favorite!
*Disclosure: I received Memory Yoga at no cost in exchange for a review. I was not required to write a positive review and, as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I only share resources that I would use with my own family and those that I believe other families will enjoy.
Memory Yoga is a new twist on an old favorite!
To play, arrange all cards face down. Players turn over two cards per turn.
If the player turns over two matching cards, that player must hold the yoga pose depicted on the card for 30 seconds in order to keep the match. The player with the most matches at the end of the game is the winner.
Why I love this game:
- You can play this game straight out of the box. Everyone knows how to play memory!
- This is a game that the entire family can enjoy. It is recommended for ages 3 and up.
- I love that this game teaches young children yoga. Yoga and mindfulness will help children learn healthy habits, such as fitness and stress management.
- This game also works on visual memory, which is an important skill for young children, especially those working on those early literacy skills.
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