Also includes The Land Before Time Toddler Time
||(Win95/98/Me/XP/Mac) (Jewel Case) (MAISYPHDJ)
||(Win95/98/Me/XP/Mac) (Jewel Case) (MAISYP&BDJ)
This item also includes Happy Birthday, Maisy!
Source / Simon & Schuster
Ages: 3 to 6
from Discovery School Review
Welcome to Maisy's Playhouse:
This is the whimsical and friendly Maisy mouse that kids know and love.
Maisy helps kids through six fun activities that teach the importance of
self-sufficiency, curiosity and confidence.
Maisy invites kids to explore her delightful house where there are fun and
interesting things to do in the kitchen bedroom and bathroom. Kids learn the
concepts of same and different while painting beautiful pictures. Look out the
window and help Maisy decide what clothes to wear. Help Maisy clean up her
messy room. Fix broken gingerbread cookies and decorate them with lots of
Each activity in Maisy's Playhouse has three levels that will teach kids,
three to six, about self sufficiency, reasoning, categorizing, following
directions, recognizing colors and numbers, motor skills and shape
The graphics in this program are bright and colorful. The environment is fun
and nonthreatening to encourage resourcefulness, independence, curiosity and
- Recognising colour and shapes
- Concepts of "same and different"
- Counting from 1 to 10
- Self-reliance, curiosity, confidence
- Six captivating activities teach early-learning skills during hours of
- Three skill levels keep pace with learning progress.
- The surprises waiting in Maisy's bedroom, bathroom and kitchen are sure to
tickle you pink.
- Maisy's whimsical world is brought to vivid life with endearing animations
and bright, inviting graphics.
- Activities gently foster resourcefulness, independence, cruiosity and
Windows - Win 95/98/Me/XP, Pentium 90 MHz, 16 MB RAM, 20 MB hard disk
space, 640X480 monitor, 4X CD-ROM, sound card.
Macintosh - Power PC, 16 MB RAM, 4X CD-ROM, 13" color monitor, 20 MB
free hard disk space.
Discovery School Review Corner
"This simple and sweet program features vivid screens, solid activities, and
lovable characters. The easiest difficulty level helps build confidence in even
the youngest user, and level three gently challenges preschoolers."
"The narrator is kind and encouraging and, happily, understands Maisy's
gibberish and translates it for the players! Kid testers simply couldn't get
enough of this game!"
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