20 Games Like Arthur's Sand Castle Contest(TBA)
My First Amazing World Explorer is an educational travel game, developed and published by DK Multimedia. It functions both as a virtual atlas and as an exploration tool. The player travels the world, collecting stamps from every country visited, whilst learning about different nations.
Curious George joins the circus in this fun phonics adventure! George is up to his usual antics, sending circus animals flying through the air in dashing acrobatics, laughing at the clowns' jokes, playing music, and chasing down letters and their sounds. Six games and activities teach children to recognize letters, sounds, and to sound out words as their build basic reading skills.
We teach the way children learn.
As children learn about letter names, the sounds in language (phonemic awareness), and letter sound associations (phonics), they learn the basic skills of reading and writing. Children explore at their own pace and discover the joy of learning while they play games and activities that teach phonemic awareness and phonics. There are gentle challenges and fun, magical rewards.
Bring a school learning environment into your home. We use the latest research and reinforce skills developed in the widely-used Invitations to Literacy Program to help you teach your child to read.
Astonishing Animal Acrobats -- Animals fly through the air doing acrobatic stunts in this rhyming, alliteration, and blending game!
Phonics Fun House -- Clown around and see if you can make words out of letter sounds!
Peanut Pickup -- Help George and Eddie the Elephant find their way around a maze of initial consonant sounds!
Comedy Clowns -- Find loads of laughs while testing your wits and your knowledge of initial and final consonant sounds!
Sammy the Musica Seal -- Help Sammy make music while building knowledge of vowels and their sounds!
Story Theater -- Practice reading and sounding out words with Thea and her entire troupe!
Print 10 original storybooks -- featuring the Story Theater productions!
Counting Cafe is an educational game based on the popular children's show Sesame Street. The player controls Grover, working as a waiter at a restaurant, where Mr. Johnson appears and orders various items. The player must take Grover into the kitchen, collect the items ordered, and return to Mr. Johnson's table, where he will reward the player with a star if the order is correct. If the player picks up the wrong items, they can be taken to Cookie Monster at the back of the restaurant, who will eat them and clear Grover's tray.
A Year at Pooh Corner is a Sega Pico game based on the Winnie the Pooh franchise. In Japan it is known as Pooh-san to Tanoshii Nakama-tachi.
This is likely the most common game for the system, having been bundled with Pico console from launch in non-Japanese territories.
Kanji training game.
In this collection of preschool activities, the player joins some well-known Disney cartoon characters to explore numbers, letters, and creativity. A different character introduces each activity (except for Pluto, who doesn't speak) and briefly hints at what to do - the player interacts with most activities simply by moving the mouse over the screen to uncover hidden items, listen to sounds, explore color, etc. The graphics are pure Disney cartoon and quiet music plays in the background throughout the game.
A day in the life of Spongebob teaches children (and Adults) core skills such as spelling, maths, geometry and money skills.