- Observation Skills
- Problem Solving Skills
- Visual Discrimination
- Identification of differences
- Verbal Expression
‘What’s different?’ is an association game that uses pictures to develop observation and problem solving skills of the children while improving their verbal expression. The game has 17 pairs of cards each having two cards marked as ‘A’ and ‘B’. The card marked ‘A’ is complete and acts as a reference card while the card marked ‘B’ has four differences either in object’s colour, shape, size or removal/addition of an object etc. The child is required to carefully observe the card ‘A’ of each set and identify the differences in card B. Children can also practice on their own using the ‘Activity Guide’, provided with the game that has different activities along with their answers.
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