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Animal Adventures's four exotic animal habitats offer hours of adventurous fun: the African savanna, a temperate forest, the Amazon rain forest, and a tide pool. Each habitat comes with its own set of animal games and activities. Kids interact with and learn about a variety of animals, including elephants, monkeys, snakes, giraffes, rhinos, hippos, and cheetahs. A total of 16 action-packed animal activities place kids in the animals' real-world, wild habitats, or kids can create their own animal habitats.
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CJ Frog, Edison Firefly, and CJ's tadpole nieces & nephews find out that Frankie the dog is holding a contest. To win, you must visit 4 different habitats - a rainforest, a temperate forest, a tide pool, and a savanna - and take photos of certain animals. Kids help CJ & friends succeed by playing this game. You visit the different habitats. Then, you click on animals to hear information about them and, on some occasions, play a game. Take photographs of the animals using the camera button and clicking on the desired animal. Then, place the photo on the correct slot on the contest sheet. The slots are labeled things like "Mammal", "Makes its own shell", and "Predator". Once all 4 contest sheets are complete and all of the games are played, you get to play the "Animal Smarts Game" to review everything you learned. You receive a printable certificate from Frankie.
This game has excellent graphics and songs. It taught me some nice animal facts, and the games were very fun. It used a nice method for learning, I think: it teaches kids facts about animals and quizzes them later using contest sheets and, of course, the Animal Smarts Game. The Animal Smarts game was also VERY good. It is for 1 or 2 players. There is a category similar to the categories on the content sheets. Animals start appearing, and the player must select the animal that fits the category. I think JumpStart Animal Adventures is good enough, and teaches about animals.Read more ›
We have tried many many kids games from our local library before buying, and this is one of the best for the 4-6 age group. It is not goal oriented, unless you want it to be, and you can explore the world as long as you like. The information is presented very well for small children: colorful but realistic animated environments, helpful facts and games that help children remember major facts about a particular animal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We like all the JumpStart games. However they will not work with the newer computers so.......Published 8 months ago by Carrie S. Mount
I love this computer program! What a great learning experience for children 4-8. Little boys especially love the action games!Published on December 29, 2013 by Sheila Otis
This didn't work very well with my Windows 8 Computer. I don't know if my computer is just to advanced for this game or what but I definitely wouldn't buy it again!Published on September 5, 2013 by Brittany90
My daughter has been playing this game for many many years. Finely had to buy a new one she wwear out the other one.Published on April 18, 2013 by Tanya Lee
This game was well received by my Granddaughter. She really likes animals and seemed to catch on very quickly. The games is very simple for her.Published on January 9, 2013 by Connie Umland
Hello - we first exposed my son to JumpStart when he was 3. Now he is almost 6 and the kid is incredibly knowledge and smart. Read morePublished on November 14, 2012 by Pablo A. Campos