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The Whole Picture Matching Game – Going Places

Suggested MSRP: $12.99

SKU: 0046

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A Matching Game that is a HOLE lot of fun!” It is so much fun to mix them up and then match them up! Children find this game entertaining and almost magical as the whole picture is revealed one card at a time. Each game board includes pieces of the picture that matches the holes in the cards. When a card is placed in just the right spot, the missing part of the picture appears! Plus, one of the holes reveals the name of the image! “Going Places” teaches children about ways to “go places” such as bicycles, boats, cars, airplanes, etc. The unique board design and large pieces will allow children with special needs to have hours of fun and feel a sense of accomplishment as they complete the different puzzles. Great for one to six players!

“I really love the flexibility The Whole Picture game offers. It is both a game and a puzzle and can be played in different ways that will accommodate multiple developmental levels. The options range from piecing together a simple puzzle to more complex games where children must identify pieces needed to complete their puzzle.” Martin P. Fox, Ph.D. CEO PlayAbility Toys

Developmental Benefits

  • Matching Skills
  • Word Recognition
  • Hand/Eye Coordination
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Visual Stimulation
  • Language Skills Development
  • Social Engagement
  • Cognitive Development


  • Amusing & Bold Artwork
  • 1-6 Players

Play Ideas

Teamwork – Work together on one puzzle instead of having individual cards during game play. Great way to share the victory and learn to foster collaboration and cooperation.

Starter – Give every player a starter card to be placed on their board to help start the game and placement of other pieces.

Numbers – Number the back of the cards as a hint to help kids place the cards on their board independently.

Directions – Place arrows on the back of the cards to help kids with the directionality of the card.

Mirror – Use the boards as a visual, but not as placement for the cards as traditionally played. The cards will be played next to the board, but not on top of the board.

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