Summary: This game is perfect for a preschool-aged child, boy or girl, though the games and puzzles have themes such as cars, trains and dinosaurs. It has engaging, educational activities that are not too difficult and not complicated. However, it is currently listed at nearly twenty-six you-know-what and I found this used at a national gaming chain for under five.
Summary: After reading all the good reviews on this product I thought it would be a good purchase for my four year old. No way! It is so boring with hardly anything to keep him occupied. Maybe my son is more advanced than others his age, but definitely not worth the money! I would buy team umizoomi a million times over again before purchasing this if I had a second chance.
Summary: I love the idea of this game & some of the mini games are great, but for some reason my 5 yr old son is not very interested in this one. I guess it's hard to pass up the excitement of the fast-paced racing games for these laid back activities. Oh well! Still pretty happy with the purchase & would recommend to others.
Summary: My son is 5 and there are not a whole lot of games for the younger group, but he loves this game! We only allow him to play it when we need to occupy his time (Waiting rooms/car rides/etc.) and he really likes it.
Summary: I had a hard time finding games for my son (age 3 years). Someone suggested this one and I went ahead and ordered it, thinking that it was a bit pricey. It was totally worth it! He has played it so many times that it's a wonder that we can still use it. My daughter even enjoys playing it. I was pleased that he could play this game independently. Overall a great purchase.
Summary: My four year old grandson loves this game. He wouldn't put it down for the first several hours after he received it for his birthday. It's great when you can combine fun and learning in one package.
Summary: I wanted to game for our youngest children, ages 3, to play. They really dont get this game because there are too many options for someone their age. The blank coloring part (what I thought would be the best for someone little) is hard because its not easy to reset the screen to white. You have to either leave that game and come back in or erase the entire page with a small dot. The screen with all of the different game options is very busy.
Summary: My 3 year old is always trying to "help" his older sister Play her math game, it never works for him. I got this Game in hopes that he could randomly push buttons And feel like he was getting somewhere. Totally works! He played it for 20 minutes without asking for help! He Was able to color, do puzzles, play matching games And more. He loves this game! I think it's so neat!