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Pivotal human history at the tip of your fingers and the top of your brain!
Find the matches of the Mona Lisa, the Mayan Calender, a drawing from the time of the bubonic plague, a real Mongolian warrior, famous battles, satellite images of the continents, and that's just the start! 32 different images on 64 cards trigger your mind to remember facts in a visual way!
The open-ended use of these cards make them well worth the investment.
Play as a memory game, match like cards
Separate all cards by region to better understand the events tied to places
Create a timeline by arranging the cards by time period or date
Use the cards as prompts for writing or research
The variations are so enjoyable, and game play so easy you'll almost forget just how much history you're learning!
You'll learn a lot from the extremely detailed images of people, monuments, maps, artifacts, and symbols from the real medieval histories of Europe, The Far East, The Americas, Islam, including Art and Architecture!
Medieval History Memory Game
An image based games based on Medieval History
Encourages life thinking skills, visual memory skills, understanding of history
Teaches memory skills and historical facts, events, people
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