Shadow Match helps children strengthen their visual discrimination skills by matching colorful pictures to their all-black shadows.
Matching pictures to shadows gives children the opportunity to notice a specific element of a picture - the outline. Often children notice the color of objects or drawings and use that to identify details. In this game, your child will be forced to scrutinize the shape of each picture to find it’s match. This skill will be useful when he is learning to identify letters, numbers, and shapes, since formation, and not color, will be the distinguishing feature.
These visual discrimination games are arranged based on a central theme, so children will be challenged to match pictures of animals living in jungle or those met around a farm, will reconstruct a construction site or a winter scenery, and many others more.