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21. Winnie The Pooh
$19.49
22. ENCORE SOFTWAREAll Aboard! Toddler
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23. Pooh Activity Center
$12.90 list($19.99)
24. Disney's Winnie the Pooh Preschool
$10.99
25. Winnie the Pooh Storybook

21. Winnie The Pooh

Asin: B00003IE97
Catlog: Software
Publisher: DELTA MILLENIUM -ACCS.
Sales Rank: 11703
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22. ENCORE SOFTWAREAll Aboard! Toddler Adventures (Windows/Macintosh)

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Asin: B00008COZS
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Encore Software
Sales Rank: 13836
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • They'll love to read, learn and play with the Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too Animated Storybook
  • Help Blue and her friends write stories for the Big News Gazette, with Blue's Clues Reading Time Activities
  • Play fun memory games and enjoy over 40 great activities with Little Bear Rainy Day Favorites
  • Transform furniture into rockets and pirate ships as you restore order to a messy household with Rolie Polie Olie -The Search for Spot
  • A complete set of game activities that develop skills with letters, numbers, logic, music and creative thinking

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad choice - get something else
I bought this set of 4 games thinking they would be educational and fun for my 23-month old (the box says it's for 1 1/2 to 3 year olds). After previewing them, I can't recommend this software package. Here's the breakdown:

1 - The Blue's Clues game is too advanced for the stated age group, unless you have a child who is a really early reader. Definately too advanced for a child who is 1 1/2 - 3.

2 - The Winnie the Pooh game is not very educational, less interaction and more movie for your child to watch. Also, it reset my screen resolution every time I played it. HOW ANNOYING!

3 - The Rollie Pollie Ollie game doesn't even pretend to be educational. It's just an interactive cartoon. Ditto on the screen resolution - because both these disks are made by Disney, I guess. This game is also too advanced for a young toddler. It would probably be ok for a 3-4 year old.

4 - The Little Bear Game is fun, cute and age-appropriate. However, 1 out of 4 acceptable games in this package doesn't make it worth buying. If you can find the Little Bear game seperately, I would go for that. ... Read more


23. Pooh Activity Center
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004GP5L
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 6881
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Amazon.com Review

Winnie the Pooh's Activity Center is a wonderful way to entertain your child on a rainy day; with six different activities at three different difficulty levels, kids of all ages can enjoy time spent inside. Also included is the animated storybook Winnie the Pooh's Animated Storybook: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, which offers more fun games and reading activities.

In the Winnie the Pooh's Activity Center, a friendly narrator greets you on "a blustery day." He presents activities such as Eeyore's house hunt--help Owl to find a new home; Heffalumps and Woozles--match the characters in Pooh's dreams; and Fly a Piglet--prevent Pooh and Piglet from running into trees and stumps. You may also choose to read the interactive book of Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, which introduces different activities as you read the story along with the characters.

The gamelike portion is similar to the interactive book, but with better directions. Follow the story and play with Roo, Tigger, and other favorite characters. With each story, the highlighted words (reminiscent of follow the bouncing ball) encourages your child to read aloud and recognize words as they do.

The activities are amusing and, with the different levels of difficulty, mean the software's appeal will last longer than just one rainy day. Your child will enjoy the friendly characters, and you'll find that the activities serve not only to entertain but also encourage reading, matching, hand-eye coordination, and imagination. --Madeleine Miller ... Read more


24. Disney's Winnie the Pooh Preschool Plus
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005JJF0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 2991
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Elmo's Preschool is better
We currently only have two programs for our 3 year old daughter, This one and Elmo's Preschool. While my daughter loves both of them, she is able to guess her way through the alphabet soup game without gaining anything. The game's overall ability to correct the child and help them understand why the answer they chose is incorrect is inferior to Elmo's Preschool.

5-0 out of 5 stars A WINNER!
This Program is a Pooh lovers dream come true! Adults and children alike will love this CD. You start at "the enchanted hill" in the hundred acre woods where you pick a character.Each character will take you to a different activity.You may pop balloons, play who likes to, or even make alphabet soup.There is learning in every corner.We (my daughter and I ) love this program!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful for my 2 year old!
My daughter really has developed great skills at the computer. She has learned to click and drag along with her numbers and alphabet. She even repeats what she hears in Spanish!

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
This being my 3rd preschool game I've gotten I was fairly disappointed by this particular game. Too much of a story going on and it can't be interupted with a mouse click. Plus, some of the games are hard for me to understand the concept behind it, much less my 3 year old.

5-0 out of 5 stars We love this!
Our 3-1/2 year old has been using the computer for a long time, and this is clearly her favorite. She loves the various games, and I love the fact that each game has three levels. She loves painting--where at level three she has to mix colors (red and blue to get purple). She also loves making alphabet soup with Roo and counting vegetables with Rabbit. This has it all--counting, matching, coloring, and the alphabet. ... Read more


25. Winnie the Pooh Storybook

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Asin: B000023VUW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 2028
Average Customer Review: 4.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Interactive fun makes reading so much friendlier. Disney's version of Pooh's adventure comes alive with the click of mouse. Listen to the story. Read it on screen. Click on a word or picture to see colorful animation. Hear music, play games, and sing along with the Hundred Acre Wood gang. ... Read more

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Winnie the Pooh Storybook
My 21 month old is absolutely in love with this Interactive Book. I can only recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
First- The story is cute. It is not one my son has gotten tired of. He likes the fact that he can click on different places in the screen and different things will happen. That alone is fun.

Second- I like the fact that you can push a button and the page will be reread. I also like the fact that there is another button that will highlight some words and explain them a little bit more in depth.

Third- My son enjoys the games. I haven't found them to be the most educational games around. However, that isn't why I bought this software. I bought it because my son enjoys Pooh and this is a cute story. The games do require some reasoning skills and are educational. Particularly the one where you have to listen to piglet describe an object and pick it out of a lineup of toys.

Fourth- the cute music songs with the words that are highlighted so you can sing a long are a great bonus for my son. He can't read yet, but he sure likes to point to the words and watch them get highlighted. It is really a prereading type of skill for him right now (words mean something, you read from left to right etc.)

Enjoy.

4-0 out of 5 stars response to "Children's Software Revue" review
The "Children's Software Revue" review is factually accurate and I found it very helpful when deciding to purchase a version of this CD-ROM. However, I'd like to add a comment to this one section of their review:

"Activities include an attribute matching game, in which Piglet gives a verbal clue like 'I'm looking for something square and made out of wood,' .... The activities are generally lacking in educational value".

Lacking in value? Even though the phrase is modified by "generally", I think it ignores several ways in which this particular activity is potentially useful for particular children. I'm not an expert in cognitive development so I won't say very much about the deductive processing skills being employed (providing that the child happens to be at a level where this helps). My area is language acquisition, specifically foreign language / second language. For children (and adults?) doing this game in a language that is NOT their native one, the activity has educational value.

However, having said that, I wish the clues were repeated more often. If you click on the wrong object, Piglet only says things like "No, that's not the one I'm looking for". He does not repeat the clue. If you didn't catch it the first time, you're out of luck -- you have to click each item until you happen upon the correct answer.

Other than this one point, I agree with the "Children's Software Revue" review: This is a good product. Your kids will like it and you'll get good value for your money.

-------- note --------

I bought the Japanese version in Japan, and it contains the English version. I bought it for my 7-year old daughter, who's fluent in Japanese but not a native-lavel speaker of English. She finds this CD-ROM interesting in both languages, so I believe this CD-ROM will help her English. The US CD-ROM contains a Spanish version, so if your situation involves English and Spanish, my message may be relevant to you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Forget about the Recommended Age
This CD-ROM is great. My son LOVES this CD. We started using it when he was 16 months old. I ALWAYS bring this if I am traveling. It is great in the car or when you are stuck in an airport. He will watch it again and again and again. I got it with the Winnie the Pooh Toddler CD and this CD said it was for older kids, but my son much prefers this one. It helped make a 9 hour flight unbelievably painless. It has several ways of playing too. You can just tell it to read the story and it will read the story through until it gets to the end. This is great when you need to occupy your child for a few minutes. It also has a mode where you can interact with the program and your child. You can click in different areas of the screen and see different animations etc. It also has sing along music areas and interactive games. Now my son may still be too young to do these by himself yet, but it is great fun to do them with him and explore all the different areas. We have been using it for about 4 months now and every night my son goes to the computer room and says pooh bea, pooh bea and points at the CD. He will sit and watch it through just like it is a movie or sit and go through all of the interactive screens and sing and dance. It should be an indespensible part of any parents travel gear. I can't recommend it highly enough. Don't leave home without it. Great for when you are at home too though! Some age ratings say 6 and up, some say 3 and up, but any kid can enjoy the music and the colors, and as I said before my son has loved it since 16 months.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not something they'll get tired of quickly
My almost 2 year-old son loves this storybook, and I have to say that even after dozens of play-throughs, I'm still enjoying finding the surprises. The "Read and Play" option allows you to click on objects on each screen, and I'm still discovering secrets (like, if you click on certain things multiple times, the action changes). My son now remembers his favorite hidden tricks, and I think it's a very stimulating, interactive game to be playing with him. This is currently the only software program I have for him, and I'm hoping I can find another of such high quality in case we both get tired of it! ... Read more


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