Madeline: Classroom Companion - Preschool & Kindergarten is an educational game for children aged four to six. It is based on the 1939 Madeline book by Ludwig Bemelmans, which also spawned a media franchise and a US TV series. The game comes on two discs with separate games. The first one is for preschool children with skills such as counting, letters, shapes & sizes, colors, sorting and sequencing, and creativity. The second is for children in kindergarten with skills such as early reading, nature & science, addition, subtraction, French and Spanish vocabulary, and world geography. Activities have three skill levels and there are more than 50 activities in total. There are printable activity sheets, printable stickers, awards and postcards, a progress checker, and videos from the animated TV series.
On the preschool disc Madeline explores her neighborhood meeting characters and visiting different locations. At the zoo she learns about letters. At the bakery she has to count the goods. In the stationary store Madeline learns about nature. At the art gallery Madeline has to identify simple shapes and finish painting. In her playroom thinking skills need to be applied to sort the toys
On the kindergarten disc Madeline explores her neighborhood, meets the characters and participates in activities. At the general store she has to use her spelling skills to complete tags. In the playroom she has to match labels for English, French and Spanish words to toys. In the magic theatre children can sing along with Madeline songs and videos. In the jewelry store pattern recognition skills are developed by putting beads of different colours and sizes in the correct order to create a necklace, and so on.