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- Requires 2 C batteries (not included)
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Lucky Ducks is a modern version of a traditional matching game. It reinforces key development skills like color matching and memory. Switch on the circular pond, and the ducks start swimming; the bottom side of each duck has a colored shape. Players take turns picking up a duck and looking at the color and shape; if it matches their color and shape they get to keep the duck. If it doesn't match they put it back. Designed for children and parents to play together with plenty of opportunities for fun and learning. For 2 to 4 players, ages 3 and up. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included). Includes:1 Motorized "Pond"12 DucksComplete Instructions
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Preschoolers are sure to get all quacked up while trying to match colors and shapes to the duckies as they swim around the motorized pond! Kids will learn color and shape recognition as they play along to the quacking sounds!
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|Item Dimensions||2.6 x 10.6 x 10.6 in||10.5 x 10.5 x 2.2 in||10.5 x 3.25 x 10.5 in||1.89 x 10.51 x 10.51 in||4 x 10.6 x 10.6 in||7.25 x 7.25 x 8 in|
|Item Weight||1.46 lbs||1.52 lbs||1 lb||6.4 ounces||2.3 lbs||4 lbs|
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I noticed that someone said they loved this game and then took off two stars because of the noise. I hope it will not discourage anyone from buying it. I never gave the noise a second thought and you stop the game to pull off the ducks, so there is no noise when you stop it. Seemed a little harsh to take off even one star for that.
All physical therapists should have this toy instead of blocks. Blocks hurt my family member's feelings and she would not do them because she felt like the therapist thought she was more disabled than she was. She really enjoyed this game and I just sent it to a friend for his elderly relative.
Great gift. Simple game.
Great grandparent game, simple rules.
Fun for after dinner quick game as well.
From my point of view this toy develops the understanding of figures and memory, since they have to track the duck that someone else pick if it has its particular figure they have to find.
It does require an adult as a referee when kids are playing, otherwise some friction may occur with players.
the noise and quacking will drive you bonkers. i was wishing for a volume control but there is none. however, i must say the kids love it so it achieves its purpose. i think it's perfect for 2 - 4 yrs.
That being said it is a terribly noisy game, both mechanically noisy as well as the continuous qucking that takes place while it is running. There is no shut off button or volume control and it is a tough little bugger to get re-packaged in the box once it has been taken out. I expect my kids to help put a game away when they are done using it but this one requires my efforts solely. Once you get it back in the box you have to becareful not to bump the top or set anything on the top of the box or you set off the quacking while it is in the box.
Great learning toy but can get on a parents nerves if played with for a long period of time.
Overall I gave it a three because of the re-packaging hassles and the lack of on/off button or volume control.
We were so disappointed... nothing worse than unpacking a toy and it not only needs the bulky kind of batteries ( we only keep the small and AA ones in the house - most toys work with those...) - no.. we had to actually run to the store to get the LR14 ones.... so frustrating.
Other than that - yea its totally annoying, the noises etc, but my son LOVES this thing. He'd been asking for it for 2 weeks (they had it at his old daycare) so I guess it was a big deal to own it ;)