The list of the awards Mixed-Up Mother Goose has won from magazines, parents' groups and the software industry could fill up the rest of this page. And no wonder. Here is a game that has introduced more than 500,000 little ones to the computer, while helping build their problem-solving and learning skills.
Sounds like a textbook? It's not. In the new deluxe version of Mixed-Up Mother Goose kids search through Mother Goose Land to find missing objects from classic rhymes. A successful recovery is rewarded with a song-but not like you've ever heard before. Imagine "Little Jack Homer" done in reggae and you'll get the idea.
The game can be played in English or Spanish, and there's a free bonus audio CD of the 18 songs in the game so kids can sing along after you've commandeered the computer so you can play your games.
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Mother Goose Land is laid out in beaur4fuI, hand-painted graphics, with dozens of places for kids to explore.