Art for Kids - Art Gallery at Duckie Deck
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Overview

Where did the face of the Mona Lisa go? Has anyone seen the ermine? Somebody has mixed up the elements of famous paintings.

This game is about art for kids. Now, at a first glance, this may seem like an incredibly complex and intricate game for a child to be playing. You may ask as to whether the child actually knows who or what 'The Mona Lisa’ is, however it is questions as such which are going to help with expanding your child’s knowledge. The aim of this Art game is for the child to match all the pictures with their correct images. Somebody has come along and mixed up all famous pictures. Where has the Mona Lisa’s face got to? Has anybody seen the ermine? The player has to clean up this mess and put back in place all the pictures in the correct places. With enough guidance, the child will learn what the pictures are and maybe even the history behind them, but for now – just knowing which picture is which is definitely an achievement! They will ask questions about the pictures and once they have learnt about what they look like, they will attempt the game and learn a vast amount of knowledge. --- At Duckie Deck we provide smiles. So far, over 8 million toddlers and preschoolers played our educational games and smiled. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DuckieDeck Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DuckieDeck

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Connor PeckhamOct 7, 2016

if anything on the chrome game store has "duckie deck" in the thumbnail or title, it's very likely going to be a very bad app, parading as an educational game for kids. It just takes you to the game on an ad-congested website. It's very obvious that these games aren't for education, but for ad revenue. Don't use this rubbish.

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  • Version
    1.1
  • Updated
    April 16, 2013
  • Size
    16.51KiB
  • Languages
    English
  • Developer
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