- The graphics and music are beautiful, but the content and game play is shallow in these five activities that feature Winnie The Pooh and his friends.
- In Popping Balloons, children match colors, shapes, letters and numerals as they help get a floating Pooh back to the ground.
- As each balloon is popped, a narrator labels a shape or number.
- Besides the labels, that’s all there is to this activity, leaving children and adults alike wondering “what’s the point?”
- Another activity has children clicking on items in Pooh’s house in an effort to discover short skits to illustrate concepts like wet and dry, light and dark and so on.
- Once you’ve discovered everything, which we did in about ten minutes, the game is over.
- Besides the limited content, several of the songs and introductions cannot be interrupted, forcing children to wait through explanations of what they’re supposed to do.
- For toddlers we’d stick with Reader Rabbit’s Toddler or JumpStart Toddler instead.
- Teaches: matching, colors, shapes, opposites
- Age Range: 1, 2, 3
Disney’s Winnie the Pooh Toddler exercises young minds, encouraging them to think and listen, learn letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and music, practice their mouse skills, and sing along with their favorite 100 Acre Wood friends–all in an atmosphere of gentle encouragement and fun.