Miss Spider's Tea Party invites children 3 to 7 years old to enter children's book author David Kirk's world of color and wonder. Mini-games provide hours of fun with a healthy serving of age-appropriate basic skills practice. Miss Spider's friends want to attend her party, but they each have a problem that needs to be resolved. It's up to the child to play the games and help all the friends make it to the party.
When the child succeeds at all mini-games, Miss Spider thanks the player with an invitation of their own -- something to print and cherish. Each game has an easy, medium and difficult level. The game contains a lot of 3D images and animation that capture the unique look and feel of the book.
The mini games:
The Beetles River Cross Game
The Beetles want to attend Miss Spider's party, but they have a wide river to cross. Help them get from shore to shore by jumping from rock to leaf to tadpole to branch without falling in the water.
The Crickets Band Game
The Crickets want to attend Miss Spider's party, but they need to form a band. Player matches each musical sound with its instrument. Match the whole band and they'll play a tune.
The Bee Flower Matching Game
The Bees want to attend Miss Spider's party, but they have to pollinate flowers. Each Bee has a flower in mind. Choose the ones they're thinking of so they can finish up and head to the party.
The Hiding Butterfly Game
The Butterflies want to attend Miss Spider's party, but they must find all their friends. The colorful Butterflies are cleverly hiding in several scenes. Find them all so they can come to the party.