|Match Sea Creatures|
Here are a couple of screenshots of some of the different puzzles your child can try, from matching Sea life, to toys on a shelf, to farm animals or even jungle animals. The different puzzles will keep your child interested in the game and they won’t get bored.
|Match toys on a shelf|
They can even match numbers on a birthday cake. Great for teaching your child how to count and identify numbers!
And if you want to see other parts of the application you can view the tutorial of the app here.
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