We are excited to introduce a new card game made specially for World Fish Migration Day!The Fish Memory Game is a fantastic way to engage and teach children aged 4 to 104 about the incredible migratory fish that swim through rivers, streams, lakes, and oceans around the world. The game contains beautiful illustrations of freshwater migratory fish accompanied by their name, latin name, and primary location. The Migratory Fish Memory Game is FREE for download! See below for “Print and Play” instructions on how to turn this into your own set of cards.
The instructions are simple: Put all the cards on the table with the drawings faced down. The first player can turn around two cards. If the player has found two of the same fish drawings, then the player may keep the cards and take another turn. Otherwise, the cards are turned face down again and the next player can start. When all cards are drawn the player with the most cards wins. Players 2 ~ 4 Age 4
Print and Play: Make this a DIY project! Print the game cards on A4 matte photo paper or lightweight cardstock sheets. If the paper is too thin, glue the paper onto heavyweight cardstock paper. A spray glue will give the best results. Cut out the memory cards using scissors or a craft knife, (metal) ruler and cutting mat. If you would like to make the memory game last longer, consider laminating the printed cards. This game was developed in honor of World Fish Migration Day by Jeroen Helmer / ARK Nature. We additionally thank our financial donors for making this possible.