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Gaia memory Game

Gaia on serviastro

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 Website Gaia UB group

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Game instructions

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    • The second page corresponds to the back of the cards with the logo of the game
  1. Cut out the sheets of the images following the lines indicated. You will obtain 40 cards.
  2. Print the file with the text with the explanations of the images.
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  1. Print, cut and ensamble the cardbox

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Gaia on serviastro

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 Website Gaia UB group

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Game instructions

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    • The second page corresponds to the back of the cards with the logo of the game
  1. Cut out the sheets of the images following the lines indicated. You will obtain 40 cards.
  2. Print the file with the text with the explanations of the images.
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  1. Print, cut and ensamble the cardbox

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Game instructions

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The game contain 2 copies of 20 different images, in total 40 images related with Gaia Mission.
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The aim of the game is to identify pairs of images using memory.
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The aim of the game is to match up the identical images.
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  • Mix the 40 cards
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  • Each player turn a pair of cards up in their turn in order to locating the identical cards. If If they don't guess correctly loss their turn.
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  • Each player turn a pair of cards up in their turn in order to locating the identical cards.
  • If identical images are found they will remain uncovered and the player has another turn. Otherwise, both the cards will be hidden again and the player losses the turn. You must try to remember which images were in which locations. *The aim is to uncover all the figures by finding all the matching pairs.
 

Instructions to download and print:

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Gaia memory Game

Gaia on serviastro

Website Gaia UB group

mxim Download Gaia memory game
20 different images
Text with explanations

Game instructions

The game contain 2 copies of 20 different images, in total 40 images related with Gaia Mission.

The aim of the game is to identify pairs of images using memory.

Steps:

  • Mix the 40 cards
  • Place them on a table distributed in rows, all face down so they can not be identified.
  • Each player turn a pair of cards up in their turn in order to locating the identical cards. If If they don't guess correctly loss their turn.

Instructions to download and print:

  1. Download the images file and the text file:
    • File 1: 20 images related to Gaia space mission to print, cut and play.
    • File 2: Texts with explanations of every image
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      Front
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      back
  2. Print on A3 cardboards 2 copies of the file of the images, on two sides, in order to obtain repeated cards. The file has two A3 pages with cards size 64 mm.
    • The first page corresponds to the front of the cards with the different images related to Gaia.
    • The second page corresponds to the back of the cards with the logo of the game
  3. Cut out the sheets of the images following the lines indicated. You will obtain 40 cards.
  4. Print the file with the text with the explanations of the images.
 
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