Reviews and Problems with Learn with Pokemon: Typing Adventure
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Perfect for tiny hands to learn how to type!
17 August 2014
Summary: Perfect for my Pokémon-obsessed 7yo! He hardly even realises that this is like work! The gradually increasing challenge matches his progress and improvement over the course of the game and, while he seemed to want to rush through, the award of medals at each stage made it easy to convince him to master each level before progressing to the next.
Summary: This game never made it to my side of the world, and I'm not clear why. Using the keyboard with the Nintendo DS is extremely fun! It's a great learning experience for anyone trying to improve typing skills!
Hugely addictive and challenging game, with a superb keyboard to boot!!
Nik Brown "Nintendo addict", amazon.co.uk
18 September 2013
Summary: I purchased this game after trialling it at the Pokemon Summer Tour - I was initially skeptical of how well an educational Pokemon game would work, but it turns out this game is immensly satisfying to play. Levels start out relatively easy, teaching you to type single letters and numbers. Quickly though, the difficulty starts to pick up, especially as you start to aim for gold stars.
Summary: Purchased this for my son as he's a bit of a pokemon fan. After a few hours, he has improved his touch typing skills and his typing is much more accurate now. This will help him when he does his homework as the schools are now insisting on printed work to be handed in. He's had this for a couple of weeks and still plays with it. A bonus is that the included keyboard is bluetooth so you can use it for your tablet/computer as well.
Summary: I bought this primarily for the keyboard and it doesn't disappoint. Very stylish little thing, totally compatible with my Android phone and also with my laptop once i added a bluetooth adaptor to it. It's nintendo as well so it'll probably outlast both by a long way. It's a little smaller than the average keyboard that you'd find on a laptop so it might take you a little while to adapt.
Summary: This "game" isn't about completing it in the fastest time possible, it's about learning to touch type. Repeated play, trying to beat their own high scores is what this is all about. Or maybe they can try to beat the scores of others if they like to a little competition? The skill of being able to touch type is something that would stand any person - young or old - in good stead for the rest of their lives.