Memory Match Game
- Published22 Dec 2016
- Reviewed22 Dec 2016
- Author Emma Lindberg
- Source BrainFacts/SfN
Learn about memory while you test your own in this fun educational game from BrainFacts.org.
Students will work individually, or with another player, to test their knowledge of memory and the brain in this matching game.
Students will also test their short-term memory as they try to remember the locations of cards.
At the end of this activity students will:
- Understand the biological basis of memory.
- Understand how neuroscientists study memory.
Questions and definitions for the Memory Match Game are drawn from the following articles from the Sensing, Thinking & Behaving section of BrainFacts.org:
- The Machinery of Memory
- Storing Memories
- Memory: From One Patient to a Breakthrough
- How Forgetting Helps Us Remember
For more information about memory, listen to the Patient HM and His Missing Memories podcast and watch the Sketch of a Memory video with your students.
Integration into the Curriculum
- Biology, AP Biology
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Fine Arts
- Memory Materials and Directions
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- Memory Flash Cards
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- Memory Answers
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