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# Memory Challenge: Recognizing Numbers Zero to Nine

This activity was designed to help you recognize from zero (0) to nine (9). It should be easy for you if you can count to ten. Match the two cards with the same values. Of the twenty cards, two will have an "8." Reveal the pair and they will disappear. The challenge is different every time because the cards shuffle.

Good luck and have fun.

## Directions

Our NumberNut memory challenges are a good break from the usual quizzes. Your goal is to match two (2) cards on the screen. Once you start the game, all of the cards will display. Click on two cards. If they reveal the same value, they will disappear. If they don't match, you will need to click on another two cards.

Once you have found all of the matching pairs, the cards will be gone and the activity will be over. If you want to play again, you will match the same values but the cards will be in different places. It's always a random challenge.

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