Tonight we played a really fun game for Family Game Night called Space Match by The Learning Journey. This game is all about matching. It’s a great educational game and even very young players can play it. It’s a great way to get the family learning together.
Space match is all about matching. Players will try to be the first to fill up their cards and match all the shapes. You have to be fast to grab the pieces before the other players so it really helps kiddos learn their shapes and to recognize them quickly.
4 game boards
Who Would Enjoy This Game:
Space Match is designed for players ages 2 and older and 2-4 players. I love this game because even very young players, as young as 2 can play. It’s very easy which really makes it a fun game. If you are looking for a fun way to teach shapes and recognition this is a really fun way to do it.
Is It Fun:
Yes, we had a lot of fun playing it. It turned a little competitive trying to race each other to grab the pieces we needed and fill up our playing cards. Which leads to a lot of laughs and silly fun. It’s a really fun way to introduce educational skills to kids.
The gameplay is super easy on this one. To set up the game, each player will need a game board. Set them in front of you. Fill the shooter with the pieces shape face up. Put the shooter in the middle of the table so everyone can easily reach it.
Pass the shooter around, each player will take turns shooting the game pieces out of it. On your turn slide the purple handle and a piece will shoot out. Look at your card and quickly figure out if it matches any of the shapes on your card. If it does grab it and put it on your card.
The first player to fill up their card wins the game.
No concerns on this one. It’s very easy to play, educational, and a lot of fun.
Where Can You Find It:
Pick up this game at The Learning Journey website here!
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