Orchard Toys Lucky Ducky Game Reviews
Product Type: Orchard Toys board games
Description:Orchard Toys / 4+ years.
Newest Review: ... that '3' has more numbers higher than lower! This probably isn't the most exciting game that Orchard Toys puts out - a full ... more
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Will your ducky be lucky?Collect as many numbered ducks as you ca ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Orchard Toys Lucky Ducky Game Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/07/12 (Very useful, 17 readings)
My daughter (4) is a big fan of games by Orchard Toys because they're brightly coloured and engaging, while I like them because they're made of incredibly tough and durable wipe-clean cardboard - I guess that we just have different priorities! This game is a little different from most of the others - it's not really a memory game, although there is an aspect of this (see below) or a board game. I bought it for £9, which is quite steep for a game that is basically just cardboard: however, I anticipate that it will last for a while, because the pieces are durable and there are ways to extend the game to appeal to different age ranges. The rules are quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Lucky ducky is an Orchard toys game we have borrowed recently from the Toy Library. My son is struggling with learning his numbers and counting and I think he may have inherited his mother's dyslexia! I had thought this game based around the numbers one to ten may help him and he liked the look of it as he found the cute ducks appealing but it hasn't really lived up to my expectations. What is it? ************** The game is for children aged 4 and above and is for 2- 4 players. The 40 duck cards are all spread out face down on the table. Each player takes a duck board, and the first player starts by spinning the mother duck spinner. You then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Orchard Toys Lucky Ducky Game is quite expensive at almost £10 from most retailers (including the official Orchard Toys website), but it's also a nice idea that's been well designed and made to last. The idea of the game is that you place all of the colourful glossy cardboard ducks face down on the table to begin with. There are around 40 ducks in all, and each duck has a number on it from 1 - 10 along with a different rubber ducky design (pirate, princess etc). There's a ducky spinner with the numbers 1 - 10 on it, and each player takes it in turns to spin the spinner and see what number they land on. Then they guess if the ducky that they're ... Read the complete review
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