My grandson Logan who is two and a half was coming to visit and I wanted a simple game that he and I (or more) could play... or he that could, play alone.
All that was left, was to play...
I made up twelve different sets. He was more interested in the game when we played with just half of the prints. He was able to remember better where he had seen something and would go back to it. What was great about this game was he basically could not harm the pieces. He enjoyed hauling them around and would even just sit and study them. I meant to take more pictures but, as usual we get caught up and lost track of time.
I found a container just his size, that he could carry around without worries of breaking and could open up by himself.
I sent half the game home with him and have kept the other half. Every now and then, I will send him another match set to add to his set.
Over all, I would say it was a success!
(oh, by the way... I had to pull him away from washing the dishes to play this round... hence the wet shirt!)