What is it
Join Sarah and Duck for a fun-packed day at the park with 6 different games:
Hide & Seek
Sarah and Duck are going to play a game of hide and seek. Can you use your detective skills to track down Duck in his secret hiding place? Count to ten and then tap the screen to find Duck.
Create a beautiful kite for Sarah and Duck to fly. Enjoy building and decorating your kite in 5 simple steps – choose your shape, frame, decoration and tail. Then reveal your very own kite to Sarah and Duck. They’ll love it.
It’s the perfect windy day for kite flying. Show off your excellent kite control skills in this speedy and fun catching game. Catch as many raindrops as you can and why not give rainbow a tickle for super bonus points and a giggle.
Feeding the Ducks
The ducks are hungry and would like some of Sarah and Duck’s yummy bread. Pick the right shape of bread and watch the ducks gobble it down. Feed as many ducks as you can before the time runs out.
It’s raining! Help get Umbrella home through this maze-based game as quickly as you can. But remember, Umbrella doesn’t like getting wet so be sure to avoid all those puddles.
Time to try making a park of your very own. Let your creative skills run wild by picking from a whole host of decorative objects and your favourite characters. Watch in delight as your completed park comes to life with animations, and don’t forget to take a photo snap as a memento.
What our team of testers said
"Fussy ducks!" - Boy aged 3
"The rainbow is funny!" - Girl aged 2
- Games to practise logical thinking and attention
- Park designer encourages creativity
- Different levels allow children to progress their skills
What our experts think
The familiar characters and engaging narrator (who prompts and encourages children along the way) helped capture children’s interest. The Park Designer was the most popular and allows children to be creative, adding stickers they have earned through the games to their own park.
Children can also practise logical thinking skills through building a kite, feeding the ducks and helping the umbrella get through the puddle maze.
The games are presented as a story but can also be played in any order, allowing children to easily return to their favourites. There are different levels for each game which can be unlocked, helping children progress their skills.
It would be even better if...
Children might need some help when setting up their profile at the beginning.
- Brands: BBC Worldwide
- No 3rd party adverts
- No in-app purchasing
- No internet access required for core features
- Child Restrictions: Yes- appropriate features restricted
- Languages available:
- Apple version: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later
- Android version: 2.3 and up
- App Types: Games
- Types of skills developed:
Art & design
Fine motor skills
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Memory, concentration & attention
Physical & motor skills