Match the dinosaurs with their skeletons in the latest in our best-selling range of memory games.
In Match these Bones, reunite the dinosaurs with their skeletons, learning about your favorite species and how they were discovered. Read fascinating facts from the included educational booklet as you play, from which dinosaurs had feathers (and how this shows they evolved from birds) to what those spikes on triceratops' skulls are really for. Everything we know about dinosaurs today comes from the discovery of bones and fossils. Dinosaurs are a perennial favorite with children so it's the perfect game to buy for dinosaur experts or future paleontologists!
Match these Bones is a follow up to the best-selling matching and memory games including:
Match a Pair of Birds
Match a Track
Match a Mummy
You Callin' Me a Cheetah?
Match a Leaf
Celebrity Love Match
Paul Upchurch is Professor of Palaeobiology at University College London.
James Barker is a London-based illustrator whose work is inspired by nature, natural history, and literary references. His medium of choice is coloured pencils in a naïve style. Previous clients include the Natural History Museum and Clipper Tea. Paul Upchurch is Professor of Palaeobiology at University College London.
"I applaud the decision to match the dinosaurs to their bones rather than simply matching identical pictures as is more typical of games like this. I think it helps develop a more nuanced form of pattern recognition, and imparts a greater educational quality to the game, encouraging players to think about how bodies relate to the skeletons underneath... I can comfortably give this game my Dino Dad Stomp of Approval!" - Dino Dad Reviews