School Supply SNAP - Free Brain Game

School Supply Snap
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This School Supply SNAP game helps train your spatial memory, the ability to remember the physical location of items.

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture of the game at left to open the game in a pop-up window.

There are 25 different supplies in the cupboard - a real workout for your memory!

School Supply Snap Instructions

If you like this game, you might also enjoy the Lightning Librarian game.

HOW TO PLAY.  Click the PLAY button to display the How to Play screen. Click the PLAY button again to begin the game.

The game starts at Level 1.

You run the school supply room, and it's your job to hand out school supplies. When a student comes to the counter, you need to give them the item they need.

Remember where the different school supplies are located in the supply cupboard. School supplies include tape, scissors, pencils, glue, markers, and much more.

Move your character by pressing the Arrow Keys. Press the Spacebar to open a cabinet door.

Once you have the item, run back to the counter and press the Spacebar to give the item to the student. You need to serve all the students who are waiting in line before time runs out - so you need to move fast!

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