||Blue Takes You To
||(Win98/Me/XP/2000) (Mini Retail) (BLUESCHPR)
Children - Ages: 3 to 6
from Computing With Kids
Blue Goes To School!
Blue shows kids what school is all about! Preschoolers can now join Blue,
Joe and the rest of Miss Marigold's class to see how exciting school can be.
There are lots of fun things to do - take care of the classroom's pet rabbit,
take pictures and learn about animals, plants and rocks in the garden, play
music and more. Kids can even create original paintings and, with Joe's help,
share them with classmates and see them appear in different activities of the
game. While having a great time with Blue, kids can discover: School is
interactive living classroom allows kids to feel good about
Three levels of learning, for an extended gameplay experience
Familiar songs from the TV series, including the theme song and So
Important skills encouraged, such as listening, critical thinking and memory
Promotion of creative expression through music and art
Windows98/ME/XP/2000:Pentium® II 300 MHz, Memory: 32 MB RAM (64
MB RAM for XP), Hard Disk Space: 50 MB Free, CD-ROM Drive: 8X, 8 MB
Windows®-compatible video card, Windows® -compatible sound card,
DirectX®: DirectX® version 9.0 (included) or higher
Computing With Kids by Jinny
"Preschoolers are welcomed to Circle Time by Ms.
Marigold, Blues teacher. After being introduced to the five stations
available to explore, kids set out to investigate."
"While all five activities are fun, the Garden station stands
out. After hearing verbal clues from Miss Marigold, preschoolers hunt for
certain animals, plants, and rocks by scrolling through the lush garden with
"This software is a good introduction to activities children
discover in preschool. As in her television show, Blue and her friends create a
cozy world of learning and fun. While there are only five activities, they come
in three levels of difficulty so children can grow with the activities. A
special Parents Area has some wonderful ideas of how to extend the
computer activities beyond the computer."
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