My First CD-ROM Preschool (Sleeved)

$7.97

Hours of fun and learning for preschoolers.
[Ages 3  -5] Lay the foundation for a lifelong love of learning with these fundamental skill-building activities that give your child the best possible start in life!

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My First CD-ROM Preschool
Dorling Kindersley

Hours of fun and learning for preschoolers.

[Ages 3  -5] Lay the foundation for a lifelong love of learning with these fundamental skill-building activities that give your child the best possible start in life!

Alphabet Pilot
Follow the smoke trail of a helicopter as it forms letters in the sky. Learn letter recognition and practice letter formation.

Bubble Trouble
First, listen to a sound. Then burst the bubble that contains objects that start with that sound.

What Comes Next?
Recognizing patterns is a crucial development skill. Use recognition and predicting skills to determine which object comes next in the pattern.

Number Munch
As numbers slide across the screen, preschoolers help a frog catch them with his tongue. Kids quickly learn number recognition, cause and effect, and more.

Plus much more:

  • Letter Recognition
  • Counting & Color
  • Early Phonics Skills
  • Sounds & Rhymes
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Vocabulary Building
  • Early Mouse Skills

Features:

  • Grows with your child
  • Charts development in specific activities
  • Monitors progress providing ongoing assessment
  • Continually adjusts to your child’s evolving abilities
  • Plus helpful insights for their parents!

Parent-Assisted Learning integrates expert guidance and parental resources into each activity. With instant access to tips, instructions, and developmental notes, you can help your child reach their full potential.

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Compatibility

Tested Works With Windows XP, Vista, 7 32-Bit***

Packaging

New, Never-Used, Original CD-ROM ONLY in White Sleeve

Notes

***To check whether using a 32-bit or a 64-bit operating system type, go to Control Panel, select System, then look for either "32-bit" or "64-bit".