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Quack Quack

Quack Quack

Spring 2007 Games
Ages: 3 & Up
Price: $16.95
Review:
Quack Quack simultaneously teaches a variety of educational skills. For younger children, it teaches color identification. For older children, it teaches observation and multi-stepped problem solving. And for children of all ages it teaches cooperation skills. After the first player rolls the 3 dice, all work to identify the three-colored animal card (animal and background) that corresponds to the three colors on the dice. The first player to name the animal (Dog, Pig, or Cow) or mimic its sound (Woof, Oink, or Moo) wins a scoring token and rolls the dice again. The winner is the player who successfully identifies and calls four animals to complete the scoring board. Suitable for two - four players, the self-storing packaging contains eight animal cards, three dice, four scoring boards and sixteen scoring tokens.
Karena Rush, Ph. D.   ©2007 Parents' Choice
Karena Rush is a professor in the Psychology Department at Millersville University. Karena has two young daughters and spends most of her free time outdoors with her family and old English sheepdog.

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