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Animori first kids series! Animori Kids pair card game is back! Cute animal characters to play cards with it!
Remember the point of animal cards. And, Click!
FEATURES 1. Different kinds of memory game. 2. Cute and Luxurious graphics. 3. Memorization and Concentration.
Kinds of Game. 1. Birds Card. This game is the easiest with 5 cute birds. The birds animation is very cute.
2. Sheep Card. Sheep Card has different kinds of sheep color with cry sounds.
3. Vegetables Card If you find a card with a pig eating vegetables increases.
4. Animals Card. Cute animals with the sound and flow of tears.
5. Mole Alpabet Card. Showing little mole children became interested in the alphabet is sufficient.
6. Orignal Animori The peaceful farm. However, even a moment of peace. Bitterly cold winter in 2012. Animals are hungry enough to eat mountains down to the village on a farm attack. Due to animal, becomes a disaster. The farmer will shoots the animal to slingshot. Your memory can keep the farm! Angry bird and farmer!
Remember the order of animals. And, fire a slingshot. The farm survives.
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Everyday objects aren't the only things that are transformed in your child's make-believe world. So are the roles he assumes in his play. He'll move from superhero to daddy to police officer with ease. By experimenting with diverse jobs and identities, he's able to explore a variety of scenarios and outcomes. Sometimes the stories he acts out reflect issues he's struggling to understand, says Patty Wipfler, founder and director of the Parents Leadership Institute in Palo Alto, California, a nonprofit organization that helps parents and childcare professionals develop listening, childrearing, and leadership skills. If he's coming to terms with a new sibling, for example, he may incorporate a lot of nurturing behavior into his play, mimicking your interaction with his new brother or sister. Imaginative play gives your child a sense of control as he interprets the dramas of everyday life and practices the rules of social behavior.
How you can encourage imaginative play: Keep a box of everyday items that your child can use during pretend play. Kid versions of adult objects, such as play telephones and plastic dishes, help facilitate role playing, and open-ended objects (toys that can have more than one use), such as colored blocks, stretch the imagination with unlimited possibilities.