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1. Toddler Bundle (Pooh Toddler,
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2. Disney Preschool Bundle (Pooh
$9.99
3. Pooh Preschool w/French and Spanish
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4. Disney's Ready For Reading And
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5. Winnie the Pooh Preschool
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6. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Spelling
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7. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: 123's
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8. Disney Learning Toddler
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9. WALT DISNEYWinnie the Pooh Ready
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10. The Book of Pooh
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11. Piglet's Big Game
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12. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: ABC's
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13. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Baby
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14. Disney Learning Preschool
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15. Print Artist Disney's Winnie the
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16. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Kindergarten
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17. Disney Learning Kindergarten
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18. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Toddler
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19. Disney's Ready For Math with Pooh
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20. Disney's Animated Storybook: Winnie

1. Toddler Bundle (Pooh Toddler, Mickey Toddler, and Book of Pooh)
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Asin: B00029BQAW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney
Sales Rank: 1325
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Features

  • Winnie the Pooh Toddler brings children the fun of playing with Winnie The Pooh & friends
  • Mickey Mouse Toddler is a great way to learn while laughing with Mickey, Donald and other classic characters
  • Six different and exciting activities reinforce basic learning skills
  • Games like Who Likes To? build observation skills, while matching, opposites and flashcard games teach while they entertain
  • Fun singing games let children choose the correct endings while hearing fun music

2. Disney Preschool Bundle (Pooh Pre-School, Mickey Pre-School, and Stanley Wild for Sharks)
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Asin: B00029BQAM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney
Sales Rank: 810
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Features

  • Mickey Preschool helps children learn self-esteem and social skills while they play with Mickey and friends
  • Kids will explore the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie The Pooh, and learn counting to 100 with Huey, Dewey and Louie
  • Stanley Wild for Sharks! is undersea adventure with Stanley and his animal friends. Dive right into a learning adventure while building problem-solving skills
  • Ages for 5 to 7

3. Pooh Preschool w/French and Spanish (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B00008WQ9F
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 295
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Celebrate Eeyore's birthday with Winnie, Tigger, and friends
  • Develop multilingual skills with Spanish and French games
  • 20 fundamental learning skills including numbers, letters, colors, and more
  • Printable workbooks and flashcards for learning away from the computer
  • For kids ages 2 to 5

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars my son loves this cd-rom
we've had this cd-rom for over a year now and my son still plays with it often. he's easily bored, so that says a lot. this cd-rom offers many activities and one can change the levels for a more challenging interaction. it also contains cute songs and is visually beatiful. this is a great product!

4-0 out of 5 stars Pooh fan
I bought this game for my just turned 2 year old because she is a big Pooh fan. Some of the activities are a little hard for her but there are enough levels to keep her occupied. It seems like a great value because she will be able to use it for a few years and the price is so low. ... Read more


4. Disney's Ready For Reading And Math With Pooh
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Asin: B0000A10N5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 702
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • In Ready To Read, kids will enjoy great word activities while exploring the Hundred Acre Wood
  • As they visit with Piglet, Tigger & the rest, they'll learn about rhyming, sentence construction, word recognition, problem solving, and deductive reasoning
  • In Ready for Math, kids will enjoy seven activities that test their numerical skills
  • They'll develop important skills like counting, number tracing, arrange sequences and more
  • Kids will be rewarded by getting seeds and watching them grow -- they'll love it!

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The 3 kids love it!
We have three children ages 3, 3, and 5. All of them love it and I even enjoy taking a turn or two :). The games teach excellent skills for school and stress math and reading in a fun and interesting way. The kids love earning items to be put in their garden and contraptions to be added to their treehouse. We have to set the timer so everyone gets a turn.
I highly recommend Disney's Ready for Reading and Math with Pooh. ... Read more


5. Winnie the Pooh Preschool
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000023VVY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 716
Average Customer Review: 4.05 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Disney's Winnie the Pooh Preschool, young children can gain an early understanding of letter and number recognition, phonics, sequencing, and more. Preschoolers help Pooh throw a birthday party and attend Christopher Robin's friendship celebration, while learning lessons about sharing and friendship. ... Read more

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great CD game for kids to cut their teeth on
Who doesn't love Pooh bear? Every kid I know does, and this Pooh software is a great game for kids to get themselves ready for preschool and kindergarten. Pooh visits Piglet, Kanga and Roo, Tiger, Owl, and Rabbit at their homes, as well as takes a nap at his. Each place has an assignment for your child (e.g. at Piglet's, you have to look at a picture Piglet painted and color it exactly the same way; at Kanga's, you help her and Roo make alphabet soup by adding the specific letters they ask for, etc.). Each assignment has 3 levels of difficulty, so as your child progresses, you can make the game a bit more chllanging for them. My kids are 3 and 2, and using this game has already helped them manuever the computer mouse and use their powers of discernment to make correct decisions. Each child can enter his/her name and has a chart to monitor their progress (which is fun to print out and put on the fridge). Brilliant!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best in the Preschool software category
If there were Emmys handed out for educational software, this one would be a strong contender. This software game really helped my 3-year old son learn his colors, numbers, sound recognition, matching, and letters. The best part is that the game is easy to understand and very fun. He plays this game often. Pooh visits each of his friends' house to notify them of Eeyore's birthday. In the process, the child "helps" the characters provide a gift for Eeyore. Once the chore is accomplished, the gift is waiting for Eeyore. When the child has collected all the gifts, let the birthday party begin! The software has three difficulty levels. The software requires use of a mouse.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pooh is the man.
I received this from my parents for my son thinking that I would just sell it on-line and then I realized it actually worked with our system and it's been installed since. My son started playing this when he was 3 and he loves going through all of the different houses and doing the multiple tasks and going on to the advanced stages. It keeps track of your childs progress and it also gives you printable pages for a workbook. I just printed out a set to take on our trip so he'll have something to do on the plane ride. My daughter who is 2 also would enjoy it if her big brother would ever give her a chance to sit and play with the computer. I highly recommend this because it's very easy for them to catch on to what they have to do to complete the levels. Boring? It can be, but kids thrive on repetition, so I just leave the room if I get too bored watching it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not so crazy about this one!
I purchased this game for the PS2 for my son who is 4 and I find it rather boring. The only thing he even likes to do is the coloring and even then there are only like 2 or 3 pictures to choose from. It seems to go slow and take forever to do anything. You have to listen to all the characters talk and you cant just get right to the game. After reading some other reviews though it seems to have worked for many, but neither myself or my son were too impressed with this one!

5-0 out of 5 stars My 3-year-old's favorite
My 3-year-old son loves the Winnie-the-Pooh games; this was his first in the series and is by FAR his favorite. It's very entertaining and educational, teaching a variety of skills such as number and letter recognition, reasoning (i.e. cause-and-effect), matching, etc. After we helped him out with the basics, he figured out how to navigate through the centers with ease, and really learned to use the mouse. Any of the Pooh titles would be a good buy, but this stands out if you're looking for a great all-around buy for your toddler/pre-schooler. ... Read more


6. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Spelling (Jewel Case)
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00005Y1NS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1031
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Adapted from Ready to Read with Pooh educational CD-ROM, Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Spelling helps kids, ages 3 to 6, polish their spelling skills in the confidence-building environment of the Hundred Acre Wood, with encouragement from Pooh and pals. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good addition to your educational software
My 3-year-old son loves the Winnie-the-Pooh games. He's not as big a fan of this one as he is of Pooh's ABC's; it's a bit "over-his-head," but I'm sure we'll get more use of it later on. The Winnie-the-Pooh Preschool game is by FAR his favorite. (I would also highly recommend it; VERY entertaining and educational, and that was how he learned to use the mouse. Great skill building activities.) Any of the Pooh titles would be a good buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars A One Hundred Acre Wood Full Of Spelling Fun!!!
Winnie The Pooh Spelling is a wonderful, educational way to learn, and have fun with Pooh. Spelling is adopted from the original Ready To Read With Pooh, but even if you already have that, it will still be a blast. As you begin Pooh will greet you with his cheerful "Here We Go Floating" song. Then, he will land right in front of your tree house, and he will say so. After which, Gofur will give you one of his mailboxes and you get to put your name on it. (Be sure to check your mail every time you come back to your tree house, because there will be letters from Pooh's friends that you can print.) Every direction around the tree house will be a game. To the west, there is Pooh's Hunny Pots. Pooh has just finished lunch, and he needs your help to put all of the hunny pots back on the shelves. To do that, simply put them back on the shelves in alphabetical order. You will receive highlighted hints of what needs to go where for level one, for level two, you don't need to necessarily follow the alphabet, but you'll need to get all of the pots matched with the certain letters on the shelves to clean up, without any hints, and for level three, you'll have to just, shall we say, "follow your instinct." After each level, Gofur will come down the chimney and present your prize. If you head in a rather eastish direction, you'll come to Piglet's Cupboards. Piglet is getting ready for lunch and he needs you help to match up his plates for it. To do that, simply open the doors until you get a match. For level one, match the plates with the same letters on them, (there will be both upper and lower case letters on the plates in this level,) for level two, there will be only one upper or lower case letter, (for example, A matches with A, and b matches with b,) And for level three, match the plate with the upper case letter with the plate with the lower case letter, (For example, C matches with c.) After you have completed a level, Gofur will break through the cupboard and reveal your prize. Finally, if you head "due north, by northwoodly", you'll get to play the best game here, Tiggers Don't Climb Trees. Tigger has bounced up into the tree, and it's going to be your job to help him get down. To do that, simply complete the quilt for Kanga, Roo, & Piglet to hold under Tigger to catch him when he falls. To complete the quilts on level one, put in the missing letter of the picture above the word at the front of the word to complete it, (for example, choose f for _an,) for level two, The same only with the last letter, (for example, choose g for do_,) and for level three, do the same only with the middle letter of the word, (for example choose a for c_t.) After you complete a level, Gofur will pop up out of the ground and reveal your prize. Speaking of prizes, you're probably wondering where they are going. Well, back to your tree house of course. Prizes will appear on the outside & inside of your tree house. So far it sounds like a great game, but wait it gets better. Also included are six, that's right, six demo games. There's Winnie The Pooh Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten. The same with Mickey Mouse. In Pooh Toddler and Mickey Toddler, help Pooh and friends get down to the ground after hanging on balloons, and help Minnie look for shapes all around her house. Toddlers don't even have to click to play most of it!!! Then, in Pooh Preschool and Mickey Preschool, help Pooh think of words to say to the magic tree to hear it in a different language, and help Goofy make 100 percent goof cars. Finally in Pooh Kindergarten and Mickey Kindergarten, make Tigger act out actions using wacky sentences, and learn the alphabet while keeping Goofy falling off the edge of a not-yet-completed building. Other titles in the Winnie The Pooh Learning Series include Pooh 123's, ABC's, Ready To Read, Ready For Math, Preschool, Toddler, and Kindergarten. You think I'm done? Yes, I am. Well that's it. I hope this review has helped you and encourages you to get this CD-ROM. ... Read more


7. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: 123's (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B00005Y1NQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1497
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Adapted from Ready for Math with Pooh educational CD-ROM, Disney's Winnie the Pooh: 123s helps kids, ages 3 to 6, polish their number knowledge in the confidence-building environment of the Hundred Acre Wood, with encouragement from Pooh and pals. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Another wonderful day in the Hundred Acre Woods
I purchased this game for my two year old son after he just about wore out Winnie the Pooh's ABC's. This game is easy for my toddler to navigate by himself, and I can see daily improvements in his mathematical skills.

As a parent, I like this game because not only is it fun, but it is educational. My son doesn't have a whole lot of games at this point, but I do think that this game, and Winnie the Pooh's ABCs, are two of the better educational games. They have more interactive activities that challenge your child to use the concepts that the games are trying to teach, and they do so at an age appropriate level.

5-0 out of 5 stars A One Hundred Acre Wood Full Of 123 Fun!!!
Winnie The Pooh 123's is a wonderful, educational way to learn, and have fun with Pooh. 123's is adopted from the original Ready For Math With Pooh, but even if you already have that, it will still be a blast. As you begin, Pooh will greet you with his cheerful "Here We Go Floating" song. Then, he will land on a thistle bush, and say that since this is Eeyore's garden, we should make it more cheerful for him. After which Gofur will give you one of his wheelbarrows and you get to put your name on it. (Also, be sure to check the notes on the back of the fence every time you come back to your garden.) Every direction around the garden will be a game. To west, there is Pooh's Smackeral Pots. Pooh has some fresh picked veggies and fruits and it's going to be your job to put them all away. There are three sets of fruits and veggies all together. After all of the pots are full, there will be a special pot that will sing you the number song. Then Gofur will come in on a wheelbarrow and reveal your prize. If you go in an eastish direction, you will find Piglet's Cupcake Kitchen. Here, you get to help Piglet decorate his delicious cupcakes for his friends. But be careful. Tigger may come along and eat some of your delicious cupcakes!!!! After you have completed all the batches of cupcakes, Gofur will come down from the top of the screen and give you your prize. Finally, if you go "due north, by northwoodly", you will come to Tigger And Roo's Buggily Wuggily Game. Tigger and Roo are collecting bugs. You have to sort the bugs into each other's trays. On level one there are five sets, and on levels two and three there are five sets but not all of the bugs everyone wants are under the right magnifying glass. Take my word for it, this is the best game in the CD-ROM. After all of the bugs are sorted and all of the sets are complete, Gofur will give you a bug as your prize. Speaking of prizes, you're probably wondering where they are going. Well, back to your garden of course. Prizes will appear all over your garden.

So far it sounds like a great game, but wait it gets better. Also included are six, that's right, six demo games. There's Winnie The Pooh Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten. The same with Mickey Mouse. In Pooh Toddler and Mickey Toddler, help Pooh and friends get down to the ground after hanging on balloons, and help Minnie look for shapes all around her house. Toddlers don't even have to click to play most of it!!! Then, in Pooh Preschool and Mickey Preschool, help Pooh think of words to say to the magic tree to hear it in a different language, and help Goofy make 100 percent goof cars. Finally in Pooh Kindergarten and Mickey Kindergarten, make Tigger act out actions using wacky sentences, and learn the alphabet while keeping Goofy falling off the edge of a not-yet-completed building. Other titles in the Winnie The Pooh Learning Series include Pooh ABC's, Spelling, Ready To Read, Ready For Math, Preschool, Toddler, and Kindergarten. You think I'm done? Yes, I am. Well that's it. I hope this review has helped you and encourages you to get this CD-ROM. ... Read more


8. Disney Learning Toddler
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Asin: B00005Y1R1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 313
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Disney Learning Toddler featuring Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh is an early-learning tool that enables children to learn age-appropriate skills with their favorite Disney characters. Whether your child is visiting friends in Mickey's neighborhood or exploring the Hundred Acre Wood, they'll learn important skills that enhance memory, observation, and listening. Other exercises will teach them letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and music--all in an atmosphere of gentle encouragement and fun. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good fun
my cousin loved this book. She is 2 and learnt her alphabet, numbers and can begin to write through books like these. I enjoyed showing her the bright pictures, and the large fun text. thank you disney and amazon. ( I also enjoyed it too, even though i would never tell anyone that i love toddlers' winnie the pooh books! i advise parents to have a read too! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for young toddlers!!!!!
This game is great for young toddlers!! My 20 month old LOVES it. When ever she hears the music starting it up, she comes running. a few of the games have children drag the mouse over "hidden" letters. This is great for children who do not know how to click. It would be great if you had a mini mouse. they are meant to be used with notebook compters, but are smaller, so little kids can use them easier! This is a great program for teaching children how to use the comptuer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wish I hadn't bought it
I bought this for my two year old son after he fell in love with, and practically wore out, Winnie the Pooh's ABCs. This game, however, turned out to be very dissapointing.

First - it has issues running under Windows 95. For starters, it requires you to run in 256 colors instead of 16 bit color, so it is necessary to change video modes every time we switch in or out of this game. Also - the sound track is not very high quality - it has scratchy moments, and some sounds don't play at all.

Second - the game just isn't as good as other childrens games out there. It isn't as educational as Winnie the Pooh's ABC's or 123's. Its more like a bunch of little animated movies that occasionally have clickable things to do.

I wouldn't advise purchasing this game - I'd suggest getting instead Winnie the Pooh's ABC's and/or Winnie the Pooh's 123's. Blue's ABC Time Activies is also a much more interactive and educational game.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fun but software issues
The game seems fun for your toddler however, it's fairly easy to master even for a two year old. I also found that I had problems with certain sounds and images with my Microsoft ME. Certain sounds could not be heard and certain images never appeared. The technical support that we called was not helpful to the task.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great first computer game
My son is two and loves this game. It was amazing how quick he gained control of the mouse to pop the balloons and move from game to game. This is a great starter! ... Read more


9. WALT DISNEYWinnie the Pooh Ready to Read/Ready For Math Bundle
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Asin: B00005Q6YC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 2084
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Features

  • In Ready To Read, kids will explore word activities while exploring the Hundred Acre Wood
  • Skills practiced include -Rhyming, sentence construction, word recognition, problem solving, and deductive reasoning
  • In Ready for Math, kids will enjoy seven activities
  • Counting, number tracing, arrange sequences and more
  • Kids will be rewarded by getting seeds and watching them grow -- they'll love it!

10. The Book of Pooh
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00005Y1N7
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 4183
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Playhouse Disney brings The Book of Pooh: A Story Without a Tail to life in this engaging, early-learning game for children ages 3 to 6. Preschoolers immerse themselves in the unique and enchanting world of Winnie the Pooh and his beloved friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Interactive activities and educational games--featuring puppet versions of Pooh and friends--develop early-learning and critical-thinking skills. Children also practice their keyboarding and mouse abilities, all under the gentle guidance of that delightful and comforting "silly old bear." ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Five Stars With A Caveat
If your child is into the daily Pooh show on the Disney channel, he/she will enjoy this game. As with all the other Pooh software, this is entertaining and educational. My son loves it.

With that said, I will also say that the game does not run properly on my son's PC. This machine is pretty new, and its components meet or exceed the game's requirements. The game runs slow, and the sound comes out in an "echo" fashion. The game works just great on my PC though!

Both myself and my son were a bit disappointed that it did not work as all his other software does. ... Read more


11. Piglet's Big Game
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Asin: B000083JWV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 842
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Kids adventure with the tiniest member of Winnie the Pooh's Hundred-Acre Wood family in Piglet's Big Game. Help Piglet make a soup to share at a special celebration. Journey with Piglet through the enchanting Hundred-Acre Wood. Along the way, brain-teasing puzzles and creative activities build age-appropriate learning skills. Each Winnie the Pooh themed activity features colorful graphics and beloved characters. Puzzle through Pooh's broken honey pots, navigate Piglet safely across a large lily pond, mix colors with Eeyore, and help Owl find his spices for Piglet's celebratory soup. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Super for kids age 2 - 4
I hadn't noticed this game because I find most Disney software to be lesser quality than several other brands; but then I read that Disney contracted Hulabee to design this program and I immediately purchased it. My four-year-old daughter who is an avid educational game player loved it. She finished it in less than an hour. The graphics are excellent; the game's design is Hulabee quality--both engaging and rich in problem solving education. The only problem was it was too easy for my girl. I recommend it for ages 2-4. However, despite it being too easy, by daughter continues to play it. It's a hit!

5-0 out of 5 stars Super for kids 2 - 4
I hadn't noticed this game because I find most Disney software to be lesser quality than several other brands; but then I read that Disney contracted Hulabee to design this program and I immediately purchased it. My four-year-old daughter who is an avid educational game player loved it. She finished it in less than an hour. The graphics are excellent; the game's design is Hulabee quality--both engaging and rich in problem solving education. The only problem was it was too easy for my girl. I recommend it for ages 2-4. However, despite it being too easy, by daughter continues to play it. It's a hit!

4-0 out of 5 stars Little Piglet, BIG Job
Piglet's Big Game is based on the movie, but has nothing in common with it. (Except for the title) This game is all about how Rabbit & his friends are going on a picnic, and Rabbit needs Piglet's help to go and gather ingredients for his soup, such as acorns, vegetables, pepper, "hunny", etc. Although, Rabbit thinks that Piglet is too small for such a big job. So Piglet sets out to prove himself. Along all of the winding paths & such, you will find acorns, needed for the soup. You need 10, but you can keep some extra ones... for a snack. You will encounter fun activities, such as The Pond Maze, Sorting Spices, Eeyore's Painting (my fave), and much more. This game is made by Hullabee Entertainment, which is the same company that made Mike's Monsterous Adventure. Really this game is just Mike for a younger audiance, but this has more activities and, when you love the Pooh gang, you just can't resist. You must be thinking to yourselves, if I liked this so much, why did I give it 4 stars? Well, they won't let you skip through the dialogue that you might already know about, and that can get annoying. But it's not that big a deal. Well, that's it. I hope this review has helped you and encourages you to get this CD-ROM.

4-0 out of 5 stars Short and Sweet
This is worth the purchase. The graphics are good, and the story is cute - but it only took about 40 minutes for me and my 5-year old to complete. He hasn't played it since completing it. The ending was a little disappointing - there's really not much to do after collecting the needed materials for the big soup. But again, it was cute, a nice tie in with the movie, and a good amount of fun for straight 30-40 minutes. Child could complete almost entirely on his own. ... Read more


12. Disney's Winnie the Pooh: ABC's (Jewel Case)
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00005Y1NR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 948
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

"P" is for "Pooh," and preschoolers, too! Kids join Winnie the Pooh and friends in the Hundred Acre Wood to learn their letters. Disney's "Winnie the Pooh: ABCs features age-appropriate activities focused on the ABCs. Kids can cook alphabet soup in Kanga's kitchen as they master their letters and much more. Winnie the Pooh: ABCs stimulates preschoolers' imaginations, builds self-confidence, and develops valuable social skills. Plus, kids will love charting their progress on the printable tree house. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Teacher Recommended!
I teach kids on a K-4 level and they all love this game! Phonics, letter reconision, even ABC order. My students fight over this one. Better for younger students/children just learning to read or with a minimum reading background.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good choice for learning letter
My 3-year-old son really enjoys this. It's easy to navigate, colorful and fun. AND it does a nice job of teaching ABC basics.

3-0 out of 5 stars disney reading abc/disney math 123
The six demo discs mentioned in a review were not sent with my order nor is there any indication that they will be coming. Also the disc appears to be the same as a previous disc I purchased entitled Disney's ready for Reading/Math. This is a great disc, but reviews and titles were deceiving which accounts for my disappointment.

5-0 out of 5 stars A One Hundred Acre Wood Full Of ABC Fun!!!
Winnie The Pooh ABC's is a wonderful, educational way to learn, and have fun with Pooh. ABC's is adopted from the original Ready To Read With Pooh, but even if you already have that, it will still be a blast. As you begin Pooh will greet you with his cheerful "Here We Go Floating" song. Then, he will land right in front of your tree house, and he will say so. After which, Gofur will give you one of his mailboxes and you get to put your name on it.
(Be sure to check your mail every time you come back to your tree house, because there will be letters from Pooh's friends that you can print.) Every direction around the tree house will be a game. To the west, there is Roo's Sandy Pit. Roo wants to play with his friends, but they are all to busy. So, Tigger makes friends from the sand for Roo to play with. Now it's time to imagine. First, you pick a sand friend, then an object from the sand, and then
Roo will imagine the rest. He likes to imagine at least five times, so you will keep track with flowers by the sand pit. Afterwards, Gofur will dig up a hole from the pit and reveal your prize. Take my word for it, this is the best game in the CD-ROM. If you go in an eastish direction, you will find Tigger's Jack In The Boxies. Tigger wants to play with all his jack in the boxies, but he forgot to label all of them to tell what sound they make. That's going to be your job. You need to click on all of the boxies, and see what sound they make. Then you need to take the letter off of a log and put it on that boxie. After that the boxie will open and show you something that starts with that letter. After all four sets are complete, then another boxie will drop from the sky. Gofur will be in it with your prize. Finally, if you head "due north, by northwoodly", you will come to the game Eeyore's Book. It was another blustery day in the Hundred Acre Wood, and poor Eeyore's book was torn to shreds. It is up to you to put all the pictures back on each page. There are twenty-six pages on level one, and twelve on levels two and three. After each book is fixed, Eeyore will give you bookmarks to print and color, and the prize from Gofur will be the book that you completed. Speaking of prizes, you're probably wondering where they are going. Well, back to your tree house of course. Prizes will appear on the outside and inside of your tree house.

So far it sounds like a great game, but wait it gets better. Also included are six, that's right, six demo games. There's Winnie The Pooh Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten. The same with Mickey Mouse. In Pooh Toddler and Mickey Toddler, help Pooh and friends get down to the ground after hanging on balloons, and help Minnie look for shapes all around her house. Toddlers don't even have to click to play most of it!!! Then, in Pooh Preschool and Mickey Preschool, help Pooh think of words to say to the magic tree to hear it in a different language, and help Goofy make 100 percent goof cars. Finally in Pooh Kindergarten and Mickey Kindergarten, make Tigger act out actions using wacky sentences, and learn the alphabet while keeping Goofy falling off the edge of a not-yet-completed building. Other titles in the Winnie The Pooh Learning Series include Pooh 123's, Spelling, Ready To Read, Ready For Math, Preschool, Toddler, and Kindergarten. You think I'm done? Yes, I am. Well that's it. I hope this review has helped you and encourages you to get this CD-ROM. ... Read more


13. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Baby
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000059REC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1235
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Winnie the Pooh and the other denizens of the 100 Acre Wood areideal companions for guiding your baby through his or her first softwareexperience. Their gentle silliness and not particularly linear behavior provide aperfect match for the vagaries of baby reasoning. Babies can help Pooh pulleverything from bubbles to birds out of his honey pots. Use spoons to bang outrhythms on pans with Baby Roo. Point to body parts with Piglet. Paint withEeyore, who glumly uses his tail as a brush. ("Green. Like the grass. Exceptwhen it's brown. Sigh.") Or play a bouncy game of hide and seek with Tigger.

With all five of these elements, your baby can initiate action by simply mashinga key (or five) on the keyboard. Music, colors, opposites, and counting are justa few of the many concepts these activities explore. A couple of smart touchesare buttons a parent can click to control the play. A Good Job button causes thecharacter to give positive feedback to your baby. The Do It Again button is forthat thing near and dear to all babies' hearts: repetition. It exists so parentscan make balloons float out of Pooh's honey pot ad infinitum, which is just howbabies likes it.

Don't expect to park your baby alone with this CD-ROM. It works best whenparents participate, using the mouse to move between activities and control theplay. Fortunately, little surprises, flawless animation, and well-developedcharacters make this an easy one for parents to enjoy. Watching Piglet's fidgetyhands and hearing Eeyore sigh as a rain cloud drenches his masterpiece is likebeing with old friends. Designers used a quilt motif as the central visualelement of this program, and it's an appropriate choice. Winnie the PoohBaby is as comfy as a well-worn baby blanket. (Ages 9 to 24 months)--Anne Erickson ... Read more

Reviews (13)

2-0 out of 5 stars Cute But Disappointing
My 10-month old baby sees me typing at the computer so much, it's only natural that her little hands reach for the keyboard at every opportunity. I was thrilled when I found this computer software, specifically aimed towards her age group (9-24 months).

In description it sounds great, but in use, it's very disappointing. The graphics are beautiful, and the opening and closing sequences caught my baby's attention. But aside from that, there is so little to do. I can't imagine it being entertaining for very long for any child.

I was hoping that each keystroke would cause an immediate reaction on the screen, accompanied by sound, but most of the movements and sounds are too subtle to be interesting to a baby. Even worse, sometimes a keystroke doesn't result in any action at all. For the most part, my baby ignores what's going on on screen.

Also, the most poorly planned part of this software is that it does not have a feature to deactivate the Control, Windows, and function keys on the keyboard. This means that if you let your baby loose to push whatever keys she wants, you end up with problems like the Start menu popping up, and once that is activated, pushing any other keys can cause all kinds of things to happen which you don't want! Even with you sitting right there holding your baby, in just seconds your baby can do stuff you didn't know was possible to your computer. Now, whenever I let her play with this software, I try to keep her hands away from the off-limits keys. This frustrates her, and is tiresome to me.

Software for babies is a great idea, but this one falls far short of what it could be. I definitely wouldn't recommend it, aside from the cuteness factor.

2-0 out of 5 stars Pooh-lover disappointed!
I bought this for my little one who loves Pooh. The program doesn't do a whole lot and it isn't too intuitive for a toddler. We have Reader Rabbit Baby/Toddler and she can do a lot more in it.

3-0 out of 5 stars not bad
My 23 month old son enjoys pounding on the keyboard. Since this is a key-driven program, it's great for him.

However, since they know that small children don't have the dexterity to key very well, they should give the option to disable certain keys, like "windows," alt and Ctrl. This will keep the screen from jumping back and forth between the desktop and the game.

Also, I have had issues with the Macromedia Director install that the game requires while running Win XP on both a desktop and laptop.

Take it FWIW.

3-0 out of 5 stars Getting Started
I bought this for my 9 mth old daughter. She is not real interested in it yet, but it is good for what I have seen. No matter what keys she hits, it does something.

4-0 out of 5 stars My daughter loved this as her first computer experience
I too must come to the defense of this product. My daughter, now 18 months, has loved this since 9 months. We have Reader Rabbit and Jumpstart, which she enjoys, but is clearly more entertained by Winnie the Pooh and Friends. Granted, she may not think this is much different than a video, but she is learning to hit the keys, and understand there's a relationship with them and the action on the screen. The quality is great - the best I've seen for baby and toddler software. ... Read more


14. Disney Learning Preschool
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005Y1R0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 535
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Disney Learning Preschool featuring Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh is an early-learning tool that enables children to learn age-appropriate skills with their favorite Disney characters. Whether your child is visiting friends in Mickey's neighborhood or exploring the Hundred Acre Wood, they'll learn important skills that enhance memory, observation, and listening. Other exercises help young children gain an early understanding of letter and number recognition, phonics, sequencing, and more. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Pooh - 6 stars, Mickey - 2 stars. Buy it for 2-4 YO!
Pooh CD is really great for 2-4 year olds. It offers several 6-7 (!) various activities. All of them are interesting and useful in some way. Each has 3 different difficulty levels, so your child can grow with the program. The visual quality is extremely high and this software can work on older PC. I run it on my old PIII 350 without 3d card and was very happy.

Mickey CD has a couple of activities, but they are either not challenging enough or, when challenging, are too boring. I doubt your child will be using it much.

Overall, the Pooh game is so good, it makes the whole package worth the money.

Good luck!
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5-0 out of 5 stars excellent, cohesive, glitch-free software for your toddler
This is a terrific package of toddler software, featuring one disc of Winnie the Pooh Toddler and one disc of Mickey Mouse Toddler. Activities are inherently interesting to children -- colorful, musical problem solving and play -- and generally have three difficulty levels in order to customize the experience.

In Winnie the Pooh, each activity (involving letter recognition, sorting, counting, music, sequence completion and painting) occurs in one of the main characters' houses, and children use a navigation screen showing all the houses situated in 100 Acre Wood. As each activity is completed, that character is free to attend Eeyore's birthday party. When all of the activities are completed, your child can attend the party and watch the story ending. This kind of cohesive play is sorely missing from most kids' software.

In Mickey Mouse Preschool, the navigation screen is set at a diner and gas station run by Goofy. Activities include music, design, arcade shooting, following directions, opposites and games. Most are car-oriented, which is especially fun to many children. While this game doesn't have an overarching goal like that in the Winnie the Pooh game, it is lively and fun.

The two discs make a terrific combination for your 2- to 4-year old. Highly recommended. ... Read more


15. Print Artist Disney's Winnie the Pooh
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005KGU1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sierra
Sales Rank: 3623
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Now you can use all of the classic characters from Winnie the Pooh in your publishing projects! Print Artist Disney: Winnie the Pooh provides everything you need--from fun graphics and layouts to creative ideas--to make your print projects come to life. Get 2,000 high-quality Disney images offering genuine Winnie the Pooh graphics and layouts. You will have everything you need to make creative and unique projects with your favorite Disney character and his friends. Included are all the tools you need to make quick, imaginative projects for friends and family. Personalize all of your projects as well: whether you use the predesigned layouts and templates or create your own, you can personalize them to be one of a kind. Use the software to create greeting cards, banners, brochures, booklets, and more. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Silly old bear .... always making rainy days sunny!
Pooh Print Artist is a great tool for all of you Pooh freaks like me. It is extrememly easy to use and has a ton of different Pooh pictures and lots of different ways to use them. You don't have to be a computer genius to use this software effectively. Even a child could do it, and it's fun, fun, fun!!!!!! ... Read more


16. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Kindergarten Deluxe
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005JJF3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1536
Average Customer Review: 1.75 out of 5 stars
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There's a new friend in school: Winnie the Pooh! And he's ready to learnand play with kindergartners in Disney's Winnie the Pooh KindergartenPlus. This title has been newly enhanced with an introduction toSpanish and French. Through storytelling, games, and activities, children will build fundamental skills in reading, spelling, simple arithmetic, problem solving, and more. Once all the lessons are completed, kindergartners will be rewarded with a diploma and graduation ceremony. Through positive reinforcement and gentle encouragement, Disney's Winnie the Pooh Kindergarten Plus teaches children fundamental learning skills while fueling their creativity and imagination. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy it
I have never seen a worse product for children, of any age.

First of all -- it has bugs! That's a total no-no.

The instructions are obtuse, at best. Sometimes they are downright misleading.

Some screens don't have the exit arrow at all and you have to stumble through the program to get out.

The modules are unimaginative, unvaried and downright boring. In addition, they are really not rated right by age -- they are much too easy for my pre-schooler, let alone a kindergartner!

1-0 out of 5 stars VERY Disappointing
This software is so ridiculously easy that I can't fathom how Disney came up with the age designation. Having purchased Disney learning cd's in the past which were labeled for the age groups of "Preschool" and "Ages 3-6", we naturally thought that software labeled for "Ages 4-6" would be at least at the same level as the "Ages 3-6", and hopefully a little more challenging. This wasn't the case at all. Their idea of "Simple Arithmetic" is to have the child click on the number that is said and then the game counts that number of balloons for them. This is nothing more than number identification for the child. The "Early Reading and Spelling" consists of matching a word to a picture, or finding a picture that starts with a featured letter. "Language and Verbs" doesn't teach anything at all. The child just clicks on one of three words, all verbs, and watches Tigger perform that action. Someone tell me, how does choosing between "sit", "dance", and "bounce" teach a person anything about language or verbs! I won't even get started on the lazy way in which the foreign language is incorporated.

The only redeeming section of this software is the part where Tigger is helped in following a treasure map. This was a nice way of teaching compass directions.

This game was cheaply done in every way - content to graphics. Such a shame. Two other Disney learning software titles that we thought were decent, Ready for Math and Ready to Read, were much better. ...

1-0 out of 5 stars Tsk tsk....
Shame on Disney Interactive! In less than 18 months the re-release games with very little additions for the same price as the original! No discounts for owners of the original. This is as bad as buying a DVD and a special edition comes out soon after. If this is their new strategy, you might as well wait a year for the next addition! By the way: what's with the skimpy amount of content? There used to be more activities on your CD roms! Orig. title 2 1/2 stars, little value added version: 1 star!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but maybe a little easy for 5 & 6 year olds
We just got our computer, and my son loves Pooh. He is almost 5 years old, so we purchased this game for him. In the game each section has 3 levels in which you get a gold star for each one completed. It has eight different areas which your child can go into. When you are done getting all the gold stars for each level, there is a graduation with Pooh and the other characters. Most areas he had no problem with. A couple areas took him a little longer. We have had this came for 2 weeks now and he has already graduated about 7 times. However, he still loves to play it. (Although, it could be because it's the only one he has). All in all, he has learned a few things he didn't know before and he has fun with it. ... Read more


17. Disney Learning Kindergarten
list price: $19.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00005Y1QY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1915
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Disney Learning Kindergarten, featuring Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh, is an early-learning tool that enables children to learn age-appropriate skills with their favorite Disney characters. Whether your child is investigating Main Street for newspaper cover stories with Mickey or attending school in the Hundred Acre Wood, he or she will learn important skills that enhance memory, observation, and listening. Other exercises help young children gain experience with the alphabet, simple arithmetic, and problem solving. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars A Disney Dud!
We were very dissapointed in this game. Many of the activities are exactly the same and my child quickly tired of them. To earn "rewards" she had to answer so many questions (more than I could sit through) that she wanted to move on before completing the task. We would recommend the Jumpstart series instead.

1-0 out of 5 stars disappointing kindergarten software
After using Disney Interactive's Phonics Quest, which I think is the best of the dozen-or-so titles of early-elementary-school-age software I've tried, I looked forward to using the Kindergarten software from the same vendor. However, my five-year-old and I were immediately frustrated.

To start with, if your default disk for Windows is anything other than c:, this software crashes. That's an indication of badly-engineered code.

But it isn't just attention to detail to software engineering that makes this program a bust. The way that the kid interacts with it is confusing and boring. It comes nowhere close to matching the interest generated by the other three kindergarten titles we've tried: Reader Rabbit Kindergarten, Arthur's Kindergarten, and even the very sleepy but serviceable older title from Disney, "Winnie the Pooh Kindergarten".

My child will never ask to use this product again, I'm sure. A complete disappointment. ... Read more


18. Disney's Winnie The Pooh Toddler Deluxe
list price: $19.99
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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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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

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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


19. Disney's Ready For Math with Pooh (Jewel Case)

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Asin: B00005NVDB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1815
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Deep in the heart of the Hundred Acre Wood, learning math is a fun adventure. With Pooh, Tigger, and their friends leading the way, children are guided through seven engaging activities that teach beginning math skills. As kids accomplish each skill, they earn a fun reward they can use to build their very own gardens. Skills include counting, sorting, adding, and subtracting. Three levels of difficulty allow children to learn at their own pace.

In Pooh's Pantry, kids practice counting by emptying the baskets in the right order. Piglet's Cupcake Kitchen lets kids decorate Piglet's cupcakes as they come out of the oven: kids frost them, add them up, then choose the jar of sprinkles that matches their total. Other activities include helping Rabbit Roo and Tigger collect bugs for the garden, and visiting the Wishing Well, where number matching makes wishes come true. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Kids love growing gardens
This has been a popular game with all my kids, they enjoyed earning all the rewards for the garden.
The ability to plant seeds and watch them grow (extremely quickly when watered) is very popular and to keep this activity going when you have a full set of three plants they are liable to get eaten so that you must plant some more.
One child was disapointed that eyore did not appear when she had recieved all the rewards and tell her how much he liked the garden which was an oversite on the designers part as pooh does suggest that you make eyores garden pretty for him.
The games suit a wide range of childrens interests with mine there favorite seems to be bug sorting (by colour), followed by eyores calendar as they loved following the bug or frog depending on the level, which teaches number recognition up to 30 and tiggers contraptions where you must follow the blueprint and match an outline drawing to the actual item in the correct order to make an interesting contraption and you dont seem to see the same one twice.
Piglets cupcakes they found they could just click on the jars to get the right one eventually and they did enjoy decorating the cupcakes. Poohs pantry is counting up to 30 and every time you play the jars have different veges and fruits. The wishing well deals in sets and the first two levels are fine dealing in sets of 1-5 and 6-10 but I found the third confusing myself as it was very hard to tell how many were in the sets of 10 to 15 as they used different items in different sizes within the sets.
Lastly is the raindance quilt with rabbit, the only level the kids enjoyed was the third where they made the pattern and repeated it down the quilt.
There are also plenty of click points to keep kids amused, and your rewards either do something when clicked on or are plants/seeds to grow in the garden. Every time you return to the garden you find a note to read on the fence, and some of your plants might get eaten.
Overall you cannot go wrong with getting this game for your younger children ages 2-5 would get he most use from this game.

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes pre-Math fun!
We have had this software since my son was 18 months and now he is three. At first I would go through it with him and he enjoyed the beautiful garden and the Pooh characters. There are also alot of place where you can just click and make things happen - like a skunk stealing rabbit's flowers, a squirrel playing drums on the roof etc. Now he can do most of the games himself with a little help. You start out in the garden and can go from there either North, East or West - in each place you have a choice of going to someone's house - Tigger's, Rabbit's, Pooh's etc. and in each is a different math related game. Most of the games are very good - our favorites are Piglet's house in which you decorate two trays of cupcakes and then add how many total you have and Tigger's house where you drop different items into his machine (in the order on the blueprint) and then a contraption pops out at the end. When you finish 5 rounds of a game you get a prize for your garden like tomatoes to plant or a windmill, waterfall etc. in the end the garden gets quite elaborate. This software is well worth the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Math Software for Young Kids
My 3-1/2 year old got this for Xmas and he really enjoys it alot (spent most of Xmas afternoon on the computer!).

There are 6 different activites - all math related. The numbers go up from 1 to 30 (which pushes him beyond what he is used to in other math type software for his age). The activites spark the imagination of a young child (for example, adding and subtracting cupcakes and then allowing the child to decorate the cakes afterwards). Skills include counting, adding, subtracting, more/less, pattern recognition, grouping numbers, number formation.

Best part of the software (from my son's standpoint) is that the rewards allow him to grow a beautiful garden full of fruits, vegetables and flowers. The rewards are clearly motivating and the goal is obvious.

Pros: Fun and entertaining, skill developing, clear goals and rewards, favorite characters of Winnie-the Pooh and friends

Cons: The pattern recognition activity leaves something to be desired. The activity is quite boring and repetitive, and at all levels too easy for even a 3-1/2 year old! Also, to complete the garden, you must complete all 3 levels (which is a little much to expect); but my son did persist and over 3 days completed the entire game and then started over again! ... Read more


20. Disney's Animated Storybook: Winnie The Pooh & Tigger Too (Jewel Case)

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Asin: B00005NVD9
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 1098
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Disney's Winnie the Pooh & Tigger Too Animated Storybook lets kids play and learn with beloved Hundred Acre Wood characters. Kids can read along or listen to the story of Tigger discovering that his friends have tired of his bouncing ways. There are also fun skill-building games that let kids earn their learning stripes. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Not the best of the Disney animated storybooks
This program errors continuously on our 2 year old computer, and hitches on our 4 month old computer. Some of the animation and sound effects are redundant. The on-page activities are limited and one of the games isn't very intuitive. My 2 year old son, however, couldn't care a less. He likes it. ... Read more


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