Fisher Price Smart Cycle Extreme The World of Cars
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- Cars software fits right into Smart Cycle and a new adventure begins
- Go on an adventure with Lightning McQueen making discoveries and helping friends along the way
- Drive, learn, & race are the 3 different game modes
- Learn money concepts, letters, spelling, colors, and so much more
- Features cool sounds and skill-building games
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Ready, set, go! This Cars cartridge slides right into Smart Cycle for extra learning opportunities and games. Race along with Lightning McQueen on an adventure, making lots of discoveries and helping friends along the way. 3 ways to play: drive, learn, or race - with the characters on-screen or against another player. Learn money concepts, letters, spelling, colors, and so much more! Fascinating facts, cool sounds and skill-building games.
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As an example, one activity allows the child to select a "colorless" vehicle from a list of options, select various colors of spray paint to paint the vehicle, and then select various designs to add to the finished paint job. This activity is just for fun and doesn't require any pedaling. It does, however, teach the user what colors they'll achieve by combining two colors together (i.e., red + blue = purple).
Another fun activity has the user "driving" Lighting MacQueen around in a cow field tipping tractors for points while at the same time trying avoid Frank, the mean combine. This activity only uses the joystick and the red buttons on the handlebars. Since our son loves the pedaling anyway, we often see him pedaling during this activity, even though it's not required.
A good educational numbers game has the user "fishing" (by using Mator's tow hook) for various numbers. Options include fishing for numbers in order from 1 to 10, backwards from 10 to 1, and having the user find all the numbers higher than a given number which Mator provides.
All in all, it was a good purchase and we're happy we got it for our son. In a week and a half of usage, we have not had any problems with the module. The only complaint that I would have is that it may not be as challenging as other modules out there. This one seems to be more video-game oriented than educational. If you're looking for a great educational module, I might suggest the Toy Story game pack. We have this one as well and it's geared more towards spelling, identifying shapes, addition and subtraction, and the like.