Reader Rabbit's Toddler Reviews
|A fun-filled group of activities designed to teach preschool basics.||Windows 3.x||Melissa Leonard (101)|
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This program does a fine job of introducing the young mind to the wonders of the computer. It appeals to adults in addition to its young intended users, making it work well as a parent-child shared experience.
WindowsEdutaining Kids (Aug, 2002)
This CD-ROM makes for a delightful introduction to the computer and the mouse, and for children who are still frustrated by mouse usage, a keyboard option allows children to play along by randomly tapping keys on the keyboard.
WindowsReview Corner (1998)
Outstanding toddler program with magical activities and excellent orientation to the mouse. A must-have program for your toddler.
WindowsAll Game Guide (1998)
Reader Rabbit Toddler contains both active and passive activities, so even the youngest of the 18-month to 3-year-old target audience can sit on an adult's lap and enjoy the onscreen action. After a child is old enough to pick up the mouse without chewing on it, he or she can easily do many of the activities, as most gameplay requires mouse movement only with no clicking necessary.