Software Review:    Winnie the Pooh Preschool 

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This updated program for preschoolers features a wonderful little story line that will capture the attention of both kids and their parents alike. Children follow the bewildered bear through Hundred Acre Wood as he informs all of his friends that they need to prepare for Eeyore's surprise birthday party. Each friend needs some help in the preparations -- Piglet needs help with his pictures, and Kanga needs to make alphabet soup for the party, for example. Children lend a hand, and engage in early-learning activities to do so. Some of these are a little challenging for a typical preschooler to master, however. With a little help from parents or older siblings, kids will learn and develop some important skills. Both lower- and uppercase letters are featured in one activity, and sorting skills are required for another. 

An all-new activity introduces children to some basic foreign language vocabulary. Parents can choose whether they want this language to be French or Spanish. 

Children who love to get involved in a story will enjoy the game. Note that the program is probably best for advanced preschoolers or children just entering Kindergarten.

 
Pros:
  • Lovable characters and rich graphics.
  • The story line makes kids feel like they are taking part in an adventure.
  • Activities have 3 levels of difficulty, where appropriate.

 

Cons:
  • Some activities are challenging.

 

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For Win/Mac By: Disney Interactive     Ages 4-5 Published: 2001
 

 

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Our Rating:

A

To Buy this CD-ROM:

This title is now availabe in a a value-added bundle, with 2 other titles: Buy Disney Preschool Bundle (Pooh Pre-School, Mickey Pre-School, and Stanley Wild for Sharks)

 Reviewed October 2001                                                                                                    Comments? Email us.
 
 

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