<>"Gives kids almost endless options for creativity”-- Common Sense Media
"Stellar app that inspires creative thinking and promotes off-screen playtime”-- iPadkids.com
It’s time to go green! Harness the potential of trash by using tossed-aside tidbits to produce diy creative toys. Trash Toys is a fun game to teach toddlers about ecology, upcycling, recycling, restoring and reusing materials that they find all around them. You’ll be astonished by all the possibilities that are hidden in things that we normally label as “trash” or “junk”.
Trash Toys presents a workshop where a variety of odds and ends can be assembled to make a brand new toy. Spray-paint cans let you customize your toy’s base, while drawers full of knick-knacks provide materials for adding eyes, limbs, hair and more. When you’re satisfied with your work, take a photo to commemorate your own unique creation. Who needs a toy store when it’s so much fun to make your own piece of art?
With colorful graphics, dynamic elements and fun sound effects, our app is sure to capture a child’s imagination. The simple user interface makes it easy for kids to play and learn independently, or together with a friend or family member. Our goal is for kids to have fun while learning and developing their motor skills and coordination. Most importantly, this educational application is designed to be completely safe and to protect toddlers, therefore it has no additional payments or advertising.
ABOUT DUCKIE DECKAt Duckie Deck we create smiles. Our biggest goal is to support healthy and well-rounded development in the youngest technology users, while also creating opportunities for learning and play to extend beyond the virtual world. Toddlers and preschoolers across the world are playing our educational games and growing happier by the minute. We cover some of the most essential points needed to form wholesome personal and social habits – like brushing your teeth, sharing with others and caring for the environment. Come smile with us!
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