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Creative Wonders/Electronic Arts
Ages: 3 to 6
3 1/2 stars from CD-ROM Today
Builds Thinking and Problem Solving Skills
Thinking and problem solving skills provide a solid foundation for learning. Get Set To Learn! helps develop these abilities by introducing a wide variety of kindergarten readiness skills, then encouraging young minds to integrate these concepts to complete each activity. It's the perfect preparation for a lifetime of learning!
Thinking and Problem Solving
On your mark, get set, learn! Jump onto the set of Guy Smiley's game show where you'll find an entire cast of Muppet learning experts, 6 fantastic studios, 4 skill levels, and a treasure chest to fill with wonderful prizes.
Shapes & Patterns
Cookie Monster wants to gobble-up his favorite snack, cookies! Finish the pattern in his "Kooky Cookie" game by finding the right shapes & colors.
Numbers, Sets & Counting
Spin the wheel to learn all about sets, counting & number recognition. Big Bird's friendly encouragement helps kids build self-confidence!
Addition, Subtraction & Object Identification
Add, subtract and identify things like sour pickles or rotten apples as you help Oscar dunk his pal Telly. Don't get too wet!
Sizes, Measurement & Color Recognition
Delightful little Zoe helps kids learn about big & small, short & tall, and much more. Which train is shorter than the yellow one?
486 processor or faster, Win 3.1 or higher, and DOS 5.0 or higher (OR Win 95), 4 MB RAM, Double-speed CD-ROM drive, VGA 256 colors (640x480), Windows compatible sound card, mouse.
CD-ROM Today, June 1996
"If your children enjoy the Sesame Street TV show, this disc will be a worthwhile extension to their at-home learning experience. Get Set To Learn is designed to help kids develop thinking and problem-solving skills. Specifically, its five games teach color and shape identification, pattern recognition, logical reasoning, visual discrimination, addition and subtraction, relational reasoning and similar skills."
"All games make good use of multimedia, with sound effects that enhance visual cues and animations that provide variety, additional information, and comic relief."
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