The Memory Game beginner is the best game for students of all ages to play unless there is a student who knows an unusual amount of information about coral reefs. In this case, that student can play the expert level where he/she will match the name or phrase with a picture.To begin, students should click on the GO! icon on the Memory Game and then again on the GO! icon on the pop-up screen. The beginner version requires students to match alike pictures. Students should click on the images to find the matching pairs. As they click on an image and then click on another, the previous image goes away if it's not a match.so students need to remember where they clicked on each image.Once students find a matching pair, they need to click on one image and then click on its matching image to keep the matching pair on the screen. Students should continue this process until all the images are found. On the bottom left of this screen there is a Move counter that keeps track of how many times students click on an image. If students want to try again to achieve a better score, then they can start the game over on a new screen. As noted below, there are other games that would be suitable for playing after students learn more about coral reefs.


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