Paper Sleeve) (MAGBUSSSPJ)
Ages: 6 to 10
Gravity got you down?
Help find Ms. Frizzles hiding place by becoming a space
traveler! Find clues and more as you go from planet to planet!
The instrument panel is your way to intergalactic exploration. Make the
Solar System your destination!
Hey, kids! Here's where you drive the
bus to all 9 planets!
Theres 3-D animation and video
from NASA, so you can watch astronauts make moon landings.
Check out the class reports - they
explain far-out phenomena. Did you know Saturns rings are made of rocks,
ice and dust? Go there - or anywhere - for more fun and games!
Scholastics The Magic School Bus® Explores the Solar System is a
Fun-Filled, Fact-Packed Science Adventure!
- Science facts come to life with narration, sound, video and animation
- Filled with 10 games, 9 experiments and 9 reports, so kids keep playing
- Developed by the experts at Scholastic, who know how kids learn best
Passport to Trouble
So you think you've had some strange teachers? Let me tell you, no one but
no one, is like the Friz. It's not just those weird clothes she wears, or her
strange way of knowing about things before they happen - it's the stuff that
happens when she's around!
Like those field trips...
I mean, imagine going on a nice, normal trip to the planetarium and having
the bus you're riding morph into a full-powered rocket ship that's headed
straight for outer space! And then losing your teacher without a clue as to
where she might be!
No lie, this stuff happens! (With the Friz, that is.) And now you can
witness this adventure with your very own Passport to Trouble!
Multimedia PC with a 486SX/25 MHz or higher processor, either MS-DOS
operating system version 5.0 or later with Windows version 3.1 or later,
Windows 95 or Windows NT 3.51, 4MB of RAM (8MB recommended for Windows 95 and
12MB for Windows NT), 5 MB of available hard-disk space, double speed or faster
CD-ROM drive, SVGA 256 color display monitor, 8 bit sound board (16 bit
recommended), headphones or speakers, Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing
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