Memory Colours, Shapes, Numbers – Bambolango

Memory Colours, Shapes, Numbers

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We created this pack made up of the three different memory games (colours, shapes, numbers) so that you have fun and practice your desired language, at the best price possible! There are lots of different ways you can play with our memory cards, take a look at our games guide below…

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SKU: BmB-G14 Category:


Product description

We designed our memory games with fun in mind! And while you have fun, we want your little ones to learn more about colours, shapes and numbers, and to carry on practicing the language to be acquired. Remember that there are lots of different ways you can play with our memory cards, and we have included some age appropriate ideas in our games guide and instructions. You can play “traditional” memory, snap, hide and seek (“where is the cross made by the windmill’s vanes?”) or hello and hola (“¡hola tres paraguas!”) and much much more!


  • Number of cards: 60
  • Dimensions (of each card): a7 (105mm x 74mm)
  • Weight: 600g
  • Finish: matt
  • Reference: BmB-G14

Additional information

Weight 0.600 kg


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We would like to offer you some simple tips on how to make the most of our bilingual resources for children:

 Remember: it’s not about teaching, it’s about having fun in different languages! So the most important factor to keep in mind is to simply enjoy reading our books or playing with our materials.

Use our bilingual resources to play, talk and spend quality time with your little ones, increasing their exposure to the language to be acquired. The chances of successful acquisition will be greater the more exposure they get and the bigger the need and motivation that they experience.

Think of our resources for children as a springboard. Develop the ideas presented in our books, games and posters in order to stimulate conversation and dialogue in the language to be acquired. Make up rhymes, sing songs, link the different images to your kids’ everyday lives, name the different colours in each picture…

Remember it’s all about: repetition, repetition, repetition! Read and play again and again and again. Kids love repetition and routine, and what’s even better, it will help them with their language acquisition!


Delivery information

We want you to enjoy your purchase as soon as possible. So we use the Spanish postal service to send you your orders. We offer:

  • Courier service from €3.99 (Spain).

Approximate delivery times:

  • 3-5 working days (Spain).

These times are estimates and subject to the availability of the products purchased. Working days are Monday to Friday, excluding local and national bank holidays.

If you would like your products shipped to the UK, please contact us for a personalised quote on shipping costs and estimated delivery times:

Please see delivery information for more details on our distribution policies.


Standard returns policy

If you change your mind for whatever reason, you can return all of our products within 21 days from the date of receipt.

Please read our returns policy for more information on general terms and conditions for returning your purchases.



We’ve designed flashcards and memory games using illustrations that can be visualised from an early age. We’ve included contrasting colours, recurring motifs, and solid shapes in our bilingual resources for children in order to captivate your little ones. Furthermore, we want you to enjoy and make the most of our materials at any age, so we’ve designed them in a way that allows maximum flexibility. We can’t think of a better way to acquire a second language than through play! And for a bit of extra help and inspiration, we’ve written down some ideas on how to use our materials…


Let your imagination run wild and make up stories, rhymes or songs including one or more of our memory or flashcards. Encourage your kids to help you tell the story, find rhymes, and sing along with you. The repetition will be great to help them remember the items on the cards.


To play this game select some of the cards and put them up around the room. Go up to one of the cards and “greet” the object on it, for example: “Hello cross”, “Good morning red postbox” or “Good afternoon Big Ben”. Get your kids to follow your lead and greet them after you. Once they can comfortably identify the different items, intentionally make some mistakes and greet the wrong object so that they correct you! If they don’t correct you, “realise” you’ve made a mistake and say something like: “oh no, that’s not the cross, it’s the square! Whoops!”


This game is more appropriate for slightly older children, aged around 3 or 4. Arrange a few cards face-up on a table or tray so that everyone can see them. Name the items that appear on each card and get the children to repeat after you. Do this two or three times, then get them to close their eyes while you take a card away. Ask them to name the item on the card that has been removed. You can repeat this replacing the card and taking another away, or without replacing it and until all the cards are removed.


Simon says is a simple game where players must follow instructions when the leader starts a sentence with “Simon says…”. However, players must stay still if the leader gives instructions without saying “Simon Says” first. So, for example, if the leader says: “Simon says – touch your nose” you must touch it, but if the leader only says “touch your nose” you must not touch it. For our game of “Simon says”, choose some of the memory or flashcards and place them around the room where you are playing. Make up instructions for your kids to follow, for example: “Simon says – find the orange marmalade” or “Simon says – point to the five taxis”, and make sure they follow your instructions. You can decide to be more or less strict and allow them to continue playing or sit out if they make a mistake.


To play this game you will have to ask the children questions, so they may need to be a little bit older. Go through a few or all of the cards, reading the object on it and encouraging them to repeat after you. Share the cards out to all the players, then ask: “Who has…?” until you have named all the cards.

You can vary this game slightly to incorporate “Simon says”, so instead of asking “Who has the red post box” for example, you could say “Simon says stand up if you have the red post box”.

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