Summary: My four year old really enjoys this game. I would say it's easy enough for him to enjoy and not be frustrated, but challenging enough to keep him interested for more than a couple days. Perfect! I'm glad I bought it. He enjoys other games, but typically isn't really playing them the way they are meant to be played. With this game, he has to follow the instrucations. I appreciate that.
Summary: As a parent I am very please with this game. My son is 15 months and is able to play a few of the activities within this game. My brother watches my son during the day and is a huge gamer (I'm not pleased he plays games around my son beings he's so little) but my son loves the DS because my brother plays it so much.
Summary: This is a great game for someone that is getting started on the DS, even better of course, for a KaiLan fan. It features all of the main characters on the show and has some fun educational mini-games. You can go through all of them in Story-mode. It is relatively short, an very similar to other 2K Kid Tested games (see cover label). Kids around 4 should enjoy it.
Summary: My 5 year old loves this game. It is her first DS game (other than stealing her sister's games) and it is perfect for her level. I was concerned it would be too young for her, but it is right on target.
Summary: We just got this for our 3 year old boy. It is his very first DS game. Before this he only played a few games on websites like [...]. This was perfect for him. The games are short and simple enough for him to grasp, but not too complicated for him to do (mostly) on his own. There are lots of mini-games that use the stylus to tap, color, and drag, as well as a few parts that require talking and blowing into the microphone. There is also a free-form coloring mode.