My 6 year old son is playing Zelda and needs to drain the well in Kakariko Village but needs to know how to become an adult first? Also, he's been trying to figure out how to play the Song of Storms on Gamecube. Any help would be appreciated.
From Zelda Wiki:
In Ocarina of Time, the Windmill Man stands inside the Kakariko Windmill playing his Phonograph. If adult Link pulls out his Ocarina of Time in front of him, he will teach Link the "Song of Storms." If young Link plays the song inside the windmill, it will start spinning really fast, draining Kakariko's well and opening the way to the Bottom of the Well.
As for the Gamecube Ocarina controls, the A button is still the same and the C-stick can be used in place of the C-buttons. You can also use Y as left-C, X as right-C, and Z as down-C. You can find more information on controls on StrategyWiki.
Let the game progress naturally. I can't tell if your question is a result of too much or too little walkthroughs, but either way you should relax and just play the game following the plot. If he doesn't know how to become an adult he doesn't need the song.
Song of storms is integral part of the story, you can't miss it.
Becoming an adult is integral part of the story. You can't miss it.
If you don't know how to progress the story listen to what Navi, your fairy is saying. All will come in due time.