Summary: This is supposed to be for "Early Childhood" (at least that is the rating on it), but like the first thing you have to click on EVERY TIME is "English" or "Spanish" well... lets assume the "early childhood" kids can't read... so when he powers it on himself, then he just clicks to get to the main menu... so sometimes he click "Spanish" and then he cant under stand the instructions. Oh well... it is only alright. He likes the game and feels big playing.
Summary: My 3 year old gets frustrated with this game. Some parts are easly for her and some parts seem really difficult. And it's not set in levels where she works her way from easy to hard, you just pick random games and they're either easy or hard. Disappointed. I expected better from Sesame Street.
Summary: I bought a used DS lite and a couple of Sesame Street games for my 2.5 year old grandson. He loves the games and now my 6 year old grandson has his DS back as well as his games which were too difficult for the younger one.
Summary: This came with an oversized stylus which is great for him. He's 4 and mildly autistic and was getting really frustrated with the bigger kids games that were "too hard". This stopped a lot of tantrums and frustration. He loves it.