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ZOOM JayJay The Jet Plane:
Sky Heroes To The Rescue
$19.95 (Win95/98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Mini Retail) (JJSKYHERDR)

Publisher: / Learning Company

Ages 3 to 7

Ratings:

from Discovery School Reviews

ZOOM-ERRIFIC!!!!

Jay Jay, Tracy, and Snuffy are out to save the day – but they’ll need your help to succeed! Join this colorful band of airplane pals on a quest to save the legendary Sparkleberry Tree of Pangabula Island. Memorable songs, interactive games, and irresistible stories brighten every step of the journey, combining warm life lessons with critical language arts skills like spelling, phonics, and more. Fly high with Jay Jay, and watch your language arts smarts take off!

Features and Activities:

Learn valuable life lessons through stories and songs.

Build key skills like letter recognition, word building, following instructions, logical reasoning, music creativity, and using the computer mouse.

Enjoy lively nature videos with Brenda Blue.

Explore six interactive exercises that turn learning into a game!

Based on the award-winning PBS KIDS™ television show.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP/2000: Pentium® II 266MHz , 35 MB RAM (64 MB for XP) Hard Disk Space: 8X CDROM Drive: Video card, 16-bit Direct X compatible 2MB memory: Windows compatible sound card, 800 x 600, 16 bit display.

Macintosh:Operating System: System 8.6 -9.2: 266 MHz G3 or higher Memory: 35MB RAM Hard Disk Space: 8X CD-ROM Drive: 16-bit Video Card: 800 x 600, 16 bit display.

Reviews:

Discovery School Review Corner

"Though the activities are not particularly innovative, this CD-ROM based on the PBS Kids television series is enjoyable and provides young children with practice with letters, letter sounds, and words. The nature theme goes over well."

"Although language arts is the main focus of the program's educational content, children are introduced to a few facts about nature throughout the program. They are told, for example, that "good soil lets plants spread their roots so they can grow big and strong". The main menu includes a few question mark hotspots that lead to live-action videos. These video clips feature Brenda Blue, and provide information about things like the sun, rocks, plants, and air."

 


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