- Use the second Wii Remote to drop-in and assist your child when needed
- Teachers numbers through engaging mini-games
- Wii and Nintendo DS versions include Gameplay Helpers to simplify gameplay for your preschooler
- Easy to follow audio-visual directions that preschoolers can master on their own
- Game difficulty adapts to your child’s level
List Price: $19.99
Sesame Street: Cookie’s Counting Carnival Description
Game difficulty adapts to your child’s level..
Reviews By Kim : Date November 21, 2010
My two-year-old loves to play PC games. Unfortunately most of them are poorly designed. The latest Reader Rabbit game I got for her even has a section that is totally wrong!
Finally someone came out with a game that takes preschoolers seriously. This is well designed and entertaining. It also gets harder as the child learns, a great feature.
I can’t say whether this would be a good investment for, say, a four-year-old or not.
Reviews By Matthew Lyon : Date November 27, 2012
This product is a steal, and I would much prefer the PC edition to the Wii or other platform. Once the child is playing there is no way (except for the Windows button) to navigate elsewhere. I think this would be most appropriate for 3-4 years of age. The game says it progresses but I have yet to notice it. For under $10, quite a deal in my opinion.
Reviews By tristen620 : Date November 10, 2012
I bought this product for my four year old when parent teacher conferences revealed he’s having some problems with his numbers. Hopefully this game will help. He seems to like it however it doesn’t hold his attention for as long as I’d like although I think it would have held his attention a lot longer had I bought it for the wii since he loves the wii. He can play it completely on his own without help from Mom and it’s very easy for him to use. I really like the fact that it also helps with things besides just numbers like shapes. I would totally recommend this game to a friend.