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Matching game Shaun the sheep for kids

A great Matching game for kids with Shaun the sheep and all his friends from "Timmy Time", a famous British stop-motion animated children's television series that children love to watch! They will play with Timmy, Paxton, Finlay, Mittens, Apricot and many others... kids will love this matching game!!!


Shaun the sheep - Timmy Time

Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion animated television series. This series tell us about the adventures of Shaun, a skinny and clever sheep, who lives with his flock in a traditional small northern English farm. Shaun is the leader of the flock. Another main character from this series is Bitzer the farm sheepdog, a yellow dog who is responsible for counting the sheep.
Timmy, Shaun's cousin and the only lamb in the flock, appears to be a toddler in this series, but he will become the main character in spinoff series "Timmy Time".

Timmy Time

Timmy Time is a stop motion animated series too created by the team behind Shaun the Sheep. It's a great series for both preschoolers with Timmy, a young male lamb (3 years old) who has a black head.
Timmy have many friends: Yabba (a male duckling), Paxton (a male piglet who wears a blue sweater), Mittens (a female kitten), Ruffy (a male puppy), Apricot (a female and baby hedgehog), Stripey (a male badger cub), Kid (a male blue goat with black head), Otus (a male owlet), Finlay (a male fox) and Bumpy (a male green caterpillar).
There is two teachers too: Harriet (a female pelican) and Osbourne (a male owl).

How to play our Online Memory games for kids?

Just click on "START" to start the game. You can increase the number of cards, and thus the level of difficulty, thanks to the buttons located below the game.
If you think that the game is too fast or too slow, you can adjust the speed using the "QUICK", "STANDARD", "SLOW" or "VERY SLOW" buttons. With the "VERY SLOW" speed, you will have more time to memorize the cards.

For this online matching game, 3 game modes are at your disposal:

  • Single player mode (SOLO): You can play quietly, at your own pace, until you've found all the pairs.
  • 2 players mode with a friend sitting next to you (WITH A FRIEND): It's the perfect opportunity to share a good time and have fun with a friend, brother or sister.
  • 2 players mode against the computer (AGAINST COMPUTER): In order to win, you will have to find more pairs than the computer. If you find it too hard, you can set the difficulty level to "EASY".

In the top right-hand corner of the game, a black button allows you to turn the game sound on (Unmute) or off (Mute).

This game is compatible with all devices: desktop, tablets and smartphones, IOS or Android. The content and the game adjust automatically to your device, so don't hesitate to play on a tablet or a smartphone.

The purpose of this memory game:

The purpose of this memory game is to memorize the locations of the cards in the game and to make pairs of cards by turning them over 2 by 2. When the 2 cards match, it's a pair! You win the pair and have the right to play again, otherwise the cards are automatically turned face down and you have to make a new try.

  • For the "SOLO" mode, the purpose of the matching game is to find all the pairs in the least moves and in a shortest time.
  • In the 2 players mode: the player who finds the most pairs wins.

Every time you start a new game, a random selection and a random positioning of the cards ensure you a different game than the previous one, so you can play as many times as you want!

For more details, see the Matching game rules here, or you can also Download the Printable game rules in PDF format.

  /   Published by Memozor
Last modified on 30 April 2020  /   Read 7618 times
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