Sound Games

Your child will be left as happy as ever after having a go on this sound game. This game requires the player to click on the different shaped windmills. Once the child has clicked on their windmill of choice, a magical melody will be played – it is truly magical! It can cheer up any person and will bring joy to any occasion.

Here at Duckie Deck, we pride ourselves on putting a smile on your child’s face however we have always understood that it is important that children learn from every experience. Whether that be a game or a simple exercise, they must take a away a beneficial trait from the exercise in front of them.

This game will not only develop your child’s creativity but also their ear for music. By producing the sounds from the windmill, the child will lean the association of feelings, knowingly or unknowingly. They will come to understand which games they are fond of as this is definitely not the only magical adventure we have on our page. They will learn which sounds produce feelings of happiness and which sounds produce otherwise. The windmills definitely produce feelings of happiness to which the player will make an automatic connection.

The fact that there are windmills will also spark their curiosity! They will want to know what exactly windmills are and how they work. At first, they may ask why the lollipops are so big and how they produce music, but after examining, we’re sure they will come to a better understanding of these gigantic lollipops.

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lego games

Building Blocks

This building blocks game is one of our most advanced games and will undoubtedly teach your child lessons which are important for them to use. It is a game which uses our on-line simulator, meaning that they can place the Lego blocks in a correct position, just like they would in real life. With games like these, there can be a lot of unrealistic architecture taking place; there may be over-lapping and unrealistic placement. However, we have provided a very accurate understanding of building blocks and how they work.