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181. MACMILLANRichard Scarry's Best
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182. Reader Rabbit Baby (Jewel Case)
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183. SCHOOL ZONE On-Track Thinking
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184. Boohbah Movin' & Groovin'
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185. ARCMEDIA Piano For Kids
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186. Crayola Magic 3-D Coloring Book
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187. M2K Garfield: It's All About Preschool
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188. Blues Clues: Blue Takes You To
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189. Sesame Street Numbers (Jewel Case)
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190. Muppet Babies: Toddler Train
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191. SIMON & SCHUSTER Garfield's
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192. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Toddler
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193. PBS Kids Learning Buddies
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194. Reader Rabbit 1st Grade with Stickers
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195. M2K Garfield: It's All About 1st
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196. Oz: The Magical Adventure
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197. InventorLabs Technology
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198. Disney Learning Toddler
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199. SCHOLASTIC SOFTWARE Clifford The
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200. Clifford Thinking (Jewel Case)

181. MACMILLANRichard Scarry's Best Activity Center Ever (Windows)

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Asin: B00007BGS0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macmillan
Sales Rank: 8286
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Features

  • A grand total of eight entertaining activities for kids that the whole family can enjoy
  • Jigsaw puzzles, mazes, and memory matching games -- each with adjustable difficulty levels
  • Color and paint in the Art Studio
  • Create an animated scene with the Busytown Stage

182. Reader Rabbit Baby (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B00006OARI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: The Learning Company
Sales Rank: 3217
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fun and discovery for you and your baby
  • Designed by learning development specialists
  • Designed with the input and feedback of parents
  • Discover colors, shapes, songs, and more
  • Fun and easy to use

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent software for the youngest member of your family
There are ten activities, so there is plenty for a to choose from. These activities are: identifying body parts or emotions on faces, uncovering characters hidden in a house or on a farm, storybooks, a sing-along, a kaleidoscope, pictures hidden under bubbles, a shape sorter and musical instruments. There are also some extra activities and some printing (coloring pages, for example). The activities are a bit lame, but the program is delightful. As a matter of fact, now that he is a little older and plays with Reader Rabbit Toddler more often, our son still squeals with delight when the opening music and sequence begins on this fine software.

We have had no problems with it, installing or running. A child can play using the mouse or keyboard, so it has adapted to his development.

In addition, it is possible to load your child's name and picture into the software and these will appear in various activities, which is thrilling for a child to see and hear. The program is well written and implemented, will last a long time without getting boring, and is well worth its cost. ... Read more


183. SCHOOL ZONE On-Track Thinking Skills: Preschool (Windows/Macintosh)

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Asin: B00007BGUI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: School Zone
Sales Rank: 5233
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Features

  • A set of online games and challenges set your child's brain humming, while entertaining them at the same time
  • Skills taught include sequencing, matching, and simple classifying
  • Kids will have fun picking which things belong together, follow the instructions presented to win the gold star
  • Voiceovers help your child get through th elessons
  • Personalized printouts let the learning continue when your child is away from the computer

184. Boohbah Movin' & Groovin'
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Asin: B00062UJFS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Brighter Child
Sales Rank: 2898
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185. ARCMEDIA Piano For Kids

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Asin: B00007BGO1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Arcmedia
Sales Rank: 4324
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Features

  • Professor Rhythm and his five assistants will introduce the piano through a set of game and activities
  • Kids will learn the difference between notes and rests, and between sharps & flats
  • Understand basic music theory
  • Learn finger placement as you practice piano tunes
  • Practice using left-hand & right-hand movements, separately and together

186. Crayola Magic 3-D Coloring Book Fanciful Friends Ages 3-7

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Asin: B00002S6N7
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 2253
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187. M2K Garfield: It's All About Preschool

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Asin: B00070E8L0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: M2K
Sales Rank: 1304
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Features

  • In Garfield -It's All About Letters And Words they'll enjoy 15 different word and letter activities -- identifying letters, word sounds and more
  • Garfield -It's All About Numbers & Counting brings your toddler 15 more activities that teach counting from 1 to 20, ordering and more
  • With Garfield -It's All About Colors, Shapes & Time your little one will discover how to match colors, identify shapes and tell time
  • For ages 3-4

188. Blues Clues: Blue Takes You To School
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Asin: B00009EFYL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Atari
Sales Rank: 213
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of learning fun
My son started playing this game when he turned three. He loved it then, and still loves playing it at age four. I should say, however, that I believe the optimum age for this game to be between 2-4 years. Handily, there are different level settings, so children who are more advanced or less advanced in activities can still enjoy the fun. For example, my son does well in mathematics and reading, so the library and the play store are high level activities. On the other hand, hearing sounds and repeating them (the triangle goes 'ting', so you must then hit the triangle) is harder for him, so we use the easiest setting for the music store.

He has spent up to two hours playing in just the present store, picking out presents for friends within the money limit allowed. He loves choosing the wrapping paper and matching bows, as well.

As the game features many different activities (reading, mathematics, sound repetition, vocabulary, shape-sorting), it is a win for parents interested in educating their children in a fun way. I'm planning on purchasing it for my nephew, as well, and if I had more relatives with children, they'd be getting it for Christmas, too.

The main down side would be Joe, as compared to the beloved Steve, but he plays a very minor role, and is only seen when the child is switching between activity centers (library, grocery store, music store, bakery, present store). The other would be the lack of actual reading in the library. As my son can read, it would be more fun on the highest level if he could sort the books according to title, instead of just with the beginning letter. However, he still has a lot of fun with it, and the mathematics in the present store are great.

2-0 out of 5 stars Pass, unless you really love shelves.
This Blue's Clues game looks like it was rushed through development. With the show's old host Steve gone, they now have to quickly replace Blue's old computer games so that the new host, Joe, is in them. Most of the simplistic activities have a recurring theme: taking and putting things off and on shelves. Here's a list of what to expect:

Activity 1: Go to the bakery and pick items off shelves.

Activity 2: Go to the library and put books where they're supposed to go, by matching the book with the letter on the shelf.

Activity 3: Go to the Toy Store and help customers buy presents by picking from a shelf full of items.

Activity 4: Go to the grocery store, and help Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper select groceries by taking food items off of ... you guessed it, shelves.

The only activity that is different, is a mediocre music activity, where you match what Purple Kangaroo does. Eh.

Sounds pretty exciting, doesn't it! Well, not really. The only reason this game will sell like crazy is because it has Blue in it. If it wasn't for that, no one would pay attention to it. The activities are simplistic and rapidly become boring due to the recurring and unimaginitive "shelf" theme. Worse, the program doesn't really explain anything to your child. It just jumps right in and says "Match the letter on the book, to the letter on the shelf." Your child may likely ask, "What's a letter?"

The show is good, but this game isn't. Pass, unless you really love shelves.

1-0 out of 5 stars LALALALALALALALA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
La la land is a place I have been to many times in my life time. They have ponys you can sit on. And they dance! And sing! And poop! And giant slugs slither on you until you get really, really, really, really, really ,really ,really, really, really, really, really, really ,really ,really, really, really, really, sticky.And you can fly with dragons that speak Italian...And warrior bunnies attack with feathers made of soap.And Green Bay Packers fans wear cheese on there heads. Which bring flying monkeys that only eat cheese! And gwakamoli rains from the heavens.And you can grow a beard that climbs all the way around the earth and chokes zombies to death!!!(...) And sticky mummies walk around in circles until they burn holes in the floor!!! I JUST LOVE THIS BLUES CLUES GAME!!! IT'S THE BEST GAME I'VE EVER PLAYED!!!!!!!!!!!! THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END THE END!

3-0 out of 5 stars It was ok
I played with my almost four year old nephew with this and I found it very hard for him to follow. First of all, was he supposed to know when to click? I could hardly tell when the arrows were slighted changed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not great
We've had this disc since my son was 3. Other reviewers have expressed the thought that the game is more suitable for toddlers. I don't entirely agree, particularly given that there are three distinct levels for each task.

The Grocery Store - level 1 directs children to put specific items in the basket. Higher levels direct children to items based on their relative position (e.g. the item below, or to the right of, bananas).

The Music Store - I admit that I find this one tiresome. The player repeats a pattern of beats on a variety of instruments. Each level increases the number of beats and instruments used.

The Bakery - Children choose items that are specific shapes. Level 1 uses only the most common shapes. Level 2 introduces lesser known shapes, like the crescent. Level 3 has the child look for objects that combine shapes - the task may be to find an item containing 1 circle, 1 triangle and 2 rectangles, which the child will find arranged as a cookie shaped like a little girl.

The Present Store - Here the child is asked to find one item that cost a specific number of "blue dollars". The number of dollars is displayed on the gift table and each item's price is displayed beneath it. The child places the item on the table and then counts out the appropriate number of dollars. In the higher levels, the child is given an amount, but they must find a combination of 2 or more objects that equal that total (probably the most complex activity in the game).

The Library - ok, I can't defend this one. It is ridiculously easy on any level.

All in all, it's not a bad game. It does move a little slowly and you do have to adjust the difficulty of each activity to the appropriate level for your child, but holds appeal for kids a variety of ages and gives them a chance to play with a favorite character. ... Read more


189. Sesame Street Numbers (Jewel Case)

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Asin: B00002SAN2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Softkey Incorporated
Sales Rank: 3035
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for autism/special needs children
My 5 yr old autistic child LOVES Sesame Street Numbers. She has learned to count and is currently learning to add. Highly recommended if your child already loves Sesame Street.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sesame Street Numbers
My 3 year old was not interested in numbers. So I bought this software yesterday and I have not been able to get him off the computer. He sings and dances in his chair and he is learning at the same time! Now I need one for the alphabet. ... Read more


190. Muppet Babies: Toddler Train
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Asin: B00062UJIU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Brighter Child
Sales Rank: 1611
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191. SIMON & SCHUSTER Garfield's Mad About Cats ( Windows/Macintosh )

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Asin: B0001FI52E
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Sales Rank: 3984
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Features

  • Discover fun facts about up to 30 cats
  • Get 12 fun and funny Garfield games that teach you more about cats
  • Original voices from the Garfield cartoon
  • Three skill levels and save feature

192. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Toddler Deluxe
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Asin: B00005JJEV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1890
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

In Disney's Winnie the Pooh Toddler Plus, toddlers discover afun-filled world of learning with Winnie the Pooh and friends in the warmand friendly environment of the Hundred Acre Wood. Through positivereinforcement and gentle encouragement, Disney's Winnie the Pooh ToddlerPlus teaches children fundamental learning skills while fueling theircreativity and imagination. This title has been newly enhanced and nowoffers an introduction to Spanish and French for little ones. It alsofeatures age-appropriate activities focused on letters, numbers, colors,shapes, and more. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars I don't like it, but the kids do
This toddler game is too limited for my liking, of the 5 areas to explore only one is any good, and even that has limited appeal. I would go for Jump Start, or Reader Rabbit first for Toddlers.

However, for some reason my kids keep asking for this game and we do have a number of other toddler and pre school games, that is why I give it 3 stars(and not less).

An example of why Jump Start is better is that there are at least two levels which change each game, and a song in each area, and there are about 8 areas. Much more value for money.

3-0 out of 5 stars Counselor
This software is good for a toddlers' first game, since they don't have to use the mouse to click on much. However, it is very limited. Too much talking and not enough action. She gets bored with it easily. Reader Rabbit holds her interest much more, and it has more games.

1-0 out of 5 stars Too slow for my two-year-old.
My two-year-old is already adept with a mouse and enjoys games like "Blue's Birthday" and "Sesame Street Letters." The slow pace of this game, long narrations, and the fact that he only has to scroll-over pictures and not click on them are very frustrating to him. He really wants to play with Pooh, but it just makes him angry.

I was especially disapointed with the foreign language section. Instead of using a total-immersion method such as introducing a new friend who speaks to children only in the foreign language, Rabbit operates a translator machine. Words go in in English and come out (quite a while later) in Spanish. No explanation is given, and the child is left wondering why Rabbit is using nonsense words.

I don't recommend this to any child with computer abilities. They will find it boring at best, frustrating at worst.

5-0 out of 5 stars I think it's great.
I wasn't going to introduce my 19 month old Granddaughter to the
computer until she was two. However someone bought
her this CD. She LOVES it! Everytime she comes to my house
(twice a day) she wants to "POP". She can't work the mouse yet but she points with her fingers and can recognize all of the colors and shapes and most of the letters. She likes to do all parts of it. She sits & smiles while the songs are playing
and asks to make it "dark" in the opposites section. I would
recommend this to anyone who has the time and patience to sit
and play with a child.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but too short
This software is good because your child just moves the mouse and doesn't have to click it, so they can get the hang of the mouse thing slowly. The problem is that there are only 4 activities - and the music one isn't very exciting. A lot of watching and not much doing. My son really enjoys the "popping balloons" game though, and it has helped him with his mouse skills (he is 2 1/2). Reader Rabbit is the best for teaching mouse skills, but this is a good supplement ... Read more


193. PBS Kids Learning Buddies
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Asin: B00009VRFM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Brighter Child
Sales Rank: 1909
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194. Reader Rabbit 1st Grade with Stickers (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B00016T2V6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: The Learning Company
Sales Rank: 6927
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195. M2K Garfield: It's All About 1st Grade
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Asin: B00070E8JM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: M2K
Sales Rank: 8353
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Features

  • Children will like Garfield -It's All About Reading & Phonics -- it offers replayable games that will build their knowledge of words, word sounds and pronunciation
  • In Garfield -It's All About Writing & Grammar helps kids improve their grammar, writing, memory and concentration skills
  • Garfield -It's All About Math Readiness gives young students 20 activities they can enjoy time & again. These lessons and games introduce basic measurements, time, money, number orders, basic addition and subtraction.
  • In Garfield -It's All About Vocabulary and Spelling kids will become better communicators -- it offers 20 activities for superior phonics and vocabulary skills
  • Ages 5-6

196. Oz: The Magical Adventure
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Asin: B0007IQG6M
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Global Software Publishing
Sales Rank: 7768
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197. InventorLabs Technology

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Asin: B00004UB6L
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pearson Software
Sales Rank: 1018
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Lighting fires and stringing wires... It's all in a day's work with InventorLabs Technology. This super-cool software package gives you awindow into the laboratories of Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, and James Watt, each of whom is kind enough to explain his work with electriclights, telephones, and steam engines--and let you do a little experimenting ofyour own.

Once you've absorbed a bit of information about what the inventorsare trying to do, you can manipulate the equipment and try new combinations,learning what works and what doesn't, and ultimately design your ownexperiments. This unique feature is a great asset for the creative learner;hours can whiz by as you try new combinations, take notes, and keep working onyour invention. With this program, kids and grownups can develop the samecritical reasoning skills that inventors and scientists use every day, ratherthan just passively reading about the process.

The interface and lab graphicsare gorgeous and easy to get lost in as you explore the labs, inventions, andtimelines that reveal the inventors' historical surroundings. The softwareitself is easy to install and doesn't drain system resources, making it greatfor older computers as well as this year's models. Show those 19th-centuryknow-it-alls that you've got what it takes, too: pick up InventorLabsTechnology and get to work. (Ages 10 and older) --Rob Lightner ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Just for the Young Inventors
Do you have a young inventor? What knows he or she might be the next George Washington Carver? Well to help your youngster with their inventions, the InventorLabs Technology
By MacMillan Publishing is the best source for the young inventors of today and tomorrow. This is a great gift for Christmas, birthdays and more. This will truly help your inventors.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just For the Young Inventors
Do you have a young inventor? What knows he or she might be the next George Washington Carver? Well to help your youngster with their inventions, the InventorLabs Technology
By MacMillan Publishing is the best source for the young inventors of today and tomorrow. This is a great gift for Christmas, birthdays and more. This will truly help your inventors.

5-0 out of 5 stars MOM, I'm bored! Tired of hearing it TRY THIS!!!
WOW, do you need something to keep those little minds BUSY with? Then l@@k NO further, this is the BEST software! Hundreds of interesting ideas even for the most challenging of kids. You will enjoy the fact that it is education and they will think that it is all FUN! (They don't realize it is really like homework, ha ha) Says it is for kids 10 and over but I would say it is Great for Kids of all ages, at least my husband thought so...(he is my other kid) I am getting another 1 for a gift, so I would say Definately put this on your list it is worth every RED cent! ... Read more


198. Disney Learning Toddler
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Asin: B00008Z15D
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1922
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Children have fun while learning important, age-appropriate skills
  • In Pooh Toddler, kids learn letters, colors, and shapes
  • In Mickey Toddler, kids discover hidden letters, collect balloons, and more
  • Rolie Polie Olie takes kids on a fun learning game
  • For kids ages 2 and up

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not the best, not the worst
I bought this game for my son who is almost two. He enjoyed it to a point, some of the games are a little hard for him, but he can play most of them. My biggest disappointment is that I will be taking it back this evening because the packaging says it will run on Windows XP, well this is partly true. It will run, but not correctly. I have run into this problem before with trying to find an educational game for my son that will actually run correctly. Overall, though, if it would actually work on my computer, these games would be pretty good.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
My son began playing on the computer with BabyWow. After counless hours of learning with BabyWow! he advanced to Reader Rabbit Toddler. Both of these are quality games. Compared to these, Disney Learning Toddler was disappointing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Starting Software
My son started playing this at 16 months. You can hit any key on the keyboard to make something happen or progress to point-and-click. Thanks to the Mickey and Minnie games my son learned his letters and shapes by 20 months. He also amazed us by learning how to point-and-click at 18 months. He's now 29 months and still enjoys playing some of these games but has progressed to Putt-Putt Saves The Zoo.

I have to say that this is one of the best purchases we made for him and it's helped him stay ahead of his playmates when it comes to counting, the alphabet, and his computer skills. Within the coming months we'll probably give the Disney preschool software pack a try.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bored 4 yr old.
Both programs lack any variation within the games. There is one task and one way to do it. There is far too much explanation for each game on the Winnie the Pooh game. My grandson who will spent hours, if allowed, on the computer was bored in minutes.

5-0 out of 5 stars Learn ABCs, 123s and much more with Disney Friends!
I bough this CD-ROM 3-pack mainly for the Pooh and Mickey discs (the Rolie Polie Olie disk is not part of thiw review as I was unable to unstall it at the time of the review...an error with the disk, perhaps?). My daughter, who is 27 months old, LOVES both Pooh and Mickey and I thought this would be an excellent way to introduce her to the computer while using interactive methods to teach ABCs, 123s, and much more.

First, the Mickey CD specifics:

* learn letters with Mickey by playing hide-and-seek with six different letters at a time (Mickey says each letter)
* learn numbers (1-10) with Pluto by instructing him to bark at the gophers who pop out of holes holding numbers (Mickey says each number)
* learn shapes with Minnie by helping her find things that are of a certain shape. Shapes included are circle, square, triangle, diamond, and heart.
* explore music concepts with Donald by dragging the mouse over different items in his backyard to make noises
* there are coloring pages that you can print out which focus on the concepts addressed throughout the CD, and more

Pooh CD specifics:

* learn opposites with Pooh as you drag the mouse over different thigns in his house
* learn shapes, colors, letters, and numbers with all of Pooh's friends as you pop balloons containing these things
* help build your memory with Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Roo as you try to remember what each character likes (they give you clues and you must guess accordingly)
* explore music concepts with Christopher Robin and Pooh ans 4 of his friends by dragging your mouse over different instruments to make music as well as dragging your mouse over the characters to sing songs
* explore different languages (French and Spanish) with Owl and Roo by helping Pooh choose items from behind a stage and hearing the word in both English and another language.
* there are coloring pages and other printing options based upon the concepts addressed throughout the CD

Rolie Polie Olie CD (some details as shown on box):

* help Olie clean his room and search for Spot
* make music with Oilie in his kitchen
* go scuba diving in Olie's tub
* make "Tellys" out of household items
* mix and match colors in Olie's room

I think this is a wonderful CD-rom set (without reference to the Olie CD, of course)! My daughter LOVES playing the different games on each CD-ROM and frequently asks for "Mickey" and "Pooh" games. she really likes to pop the balloons on the Pooh CD, and likes the shapes with Minnie on the Mickey CD. The best feature is that this game is truly made for young children who don't have the hand-eye coordination to fully operate a computer and mouse. The mouse activates functions on teh CD-ROM not by clicking, but by rolling over things (during play) and keeping the mouse on an item to change between tasks. There are special larger cursors throughout the game as well, so it's easier for littler ones to see what they are moving. And if they can't yet operate a mouse (my daughter just knows how to click the mouse, but hasn't figured out how to make it move yet), tehy can press keys on the keyboard and it will activate different parts in each "game".

I wish I could have reviewed the Olie game, but I will definitely edit my review once I am able to install the Olie game (still haven't figured out why it isn't installing correctly - get an install error each time).

I would definitely recommend this product, in particular if your toddler is already fond of the particular characters in teh game. My daughter was very familiar with (and in love with) Pooh and Mickey prior to purchasing this game, so it's possible that she enjoys it so much because many of her favorite cartoon characters are the "stars" of the game. But as a parent, I think this software is definitely an invaluable learning tool - the familiar characters are an added bonus. ... Read more


199. SCHOLASTIC SOFTWARE Clifford The Big Red Dog Reading (Windows/Macintosh)

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Asin: B0007SM8PU
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Scholastic Software
Sales Rank: 5585
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Features

  • Multiple learning games and lessons help your child become a skilled reader, just by having fun
  • Kids will explore Clifford's neighborhood and enjoy fun activities
  • Make words that will inspire Monique the artist
  • Dunk Clifford into the ocean by popping the word balloons
  • Catch the falling letters and organize them into the right boxes

200. Clifford Thinking (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B0002L5890
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Encore Software
Sales Rank: 11484
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