This is a collection of three games of increasing complexity for small children. All games involve a set of 34 cards that depict animals. Large animals may require up to 4 cards (the pictures are too big to fit on a single card) and small animals take only 1. The cards start the game mixed-up and face-down. Small and Big Animals: Each player in turn flips a card. If you notice a complete animal on your turn then you collect all of the cards that make up the animal. (If someone doesn't notice an animal then you can pick it up on your turn in addition to flipping a card and possibly picking up another animal.) The player with the most cards at the end of the game wins. Quick Zookeepers: As above, but the animal goes to the first player to touch a zoo keeper card with the same background colour. Chaos in the Zoo: This is played like the card game Memory. Flip cards until you get a complete animal or mismatched parts. Take complete animals and turn mismatched ones face down for the next player.