Animal tiles are put together so that heads are connected to a non-matching body. Then cards that match the tiles are flipped over one at a time. The players must find the tile that matches the card and then make the noise that you would expect from the other half.
Djeco toys and games are wildly popular with young children. Djeco began in 1954 when the mother of young Frederick Michel Dales began making clever learning toys for children. In 1989, Fredrick revived the family company. Today, with hands in paint and imaginations whirling, Djeco’s inventors, designers and illustrators dream up amazing toys and gifts for children.