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ZOOM Dr. Seuss'
Green Eggs and Ham
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP/Classic Mac) (Jewel Case) (EGGS&HAMDJ)
On other systems you can use ScummVM to run this.
Sorry; Discontinued

Broderbund

Children

Ages: 3 to 7

by Dr. Seuss

Living Books' adaptation of Green Eggs and Ham takes the original story's charm one step further. Meticulously animated from hundreds of sketches, it's filled with delightful new scenes, surprises and activities. As with all Living Books, your child gets to direct the action with just a click of the mouse.

Sam-I-Am's Find a Rhyme Game. Match the object with the rhyme in time to help out our heroes near the story's conclusion.

Makes a Word with a Fox in a Box. Aspiring rhymers can create their own three word rhymes.

Color Match with a Mouse in a House is just one of three delightful new activities that add to the Living Books experience. Level 1 too easy? Try Level 2 or 3.

An Activity Guide for parents and kids, as well as a paperback edition of the original storybook, are included inside (not with Jewel Case packaging).

Skills Developed:

Word Recognition

Increased Vocabulary

Reading Comprehension

Computer Literacy

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium 166 MHz, 20 MB hard drive space, 16 MB RAM, 2x CD-ROM drive, Super VGA (640x480, 256 colors). Windows compatible sound device, mouse.

Note: You may need to create your own desktop shortcut on Windows XP.

Macintosh: OS 7.5- 9.0, 120 MHz Power PC, 20 MB hard drive space, 32 MB RAM, 4X CD-ROM, 16 Bit color monitor, mouse.

Reviews:

Quandary Review by Rosemary Young

"It's a bundle of fun with beautifully drawn, colourful characters and every spoken word is crystal clear. As the much loved story progresses the animated characters go about their business and text appears on screen with words or phrases highlighted as they are read."

"The second choice allows the players to turn the pages themselves and it is in this mode where they are encouraged to click on-screen and make things happen. The text can also be selected for a reading on demand, or by selecting individual words they are read individually. Here a child can make up silly sentences by choosing words randomly or there are a few games incorporated into the play. One is a simple word game with the opportunity to make words and more silly sentences, and there is also a rhyming exercise where simple words appear randomly and the player must select a rhyming object. The other game is of the concentration variety and has three levels of game play to cater for the range of ages in the target age group. The emphasis here is on matching colours as kitchen cupboards are opened to reveal colourful delicacies such as Purple Pancakes and Green Eggs and Ham."




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