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.
Summary: I thought for sure between my 3 yr old and 5 yr old, one of them would like this game. They got bored with it real quick, what a bummer since they both love Elmo and they really love comedic Grover.
Summary: I ordered this game as a Christmas present for my then 3 year old daughter. She had just been introduced to video games by stumbling across my husband's Nintendo DS. We figured what the heck, we'll buy her an educational game and see what happens. Sesame Street is always a good choice when it comes to family friendly material. The games are, for the most part, self explanatory, since the target audience cannot read.