Finding Duckie

duckie

http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g27cg/play/find-duckie

I was amused by how a fellow TinyTapper used the Shape Puzzle feature and went about creating this hide-and-seek story like those books with flip-up windows.

As always, the creating process was fun.

The illustrations were created using the Inkpad app on the iPad, and I do like how Duckie turned out, don’t you? I also put my bicycle horn to use too.

For content, I have woven in colours, shapes and fruits into this simple story. Is that an overload? Will the little ones catch the subtle humour? Play it and let me know, won’t you?

What modifications would I need if this were to be done in other languages?

(Printables from this game is available here: https://payhip.com/b/a1xp)

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