In the Patches game, a child matches cutout pieces with their correct location within a larger image.

While the Outlines game requires a child to attend to differences in shape, the Patches game requires attending to differences in color and pattern. Together, these two beginner-level games lay the foundation for more advanced games in which a child must notice shapes, colors AND other features of an object, such as size, orientation and number.

Below are a few examples. The objects located on the right of the screen have to be dragged into their proper locations within the larger image on the left: