Disney Software


Walt Disney created some of the most popular characters of all time. Here are some of the products available through Amazon.com or their partners. This is not yet a complete list, but I'm adding products to the list daily. If you wish to purchase any of these items, click on either the title or the picture to be directed to Amazon.com. As a warning, I have put up pictures to give you somewhat an idea of the style of each product so the pages may load slowly, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

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Disney's Classic Animated Story Book Collection

By Disney Interactive
This collection of three animated Disney storybooks lets children read along with the stories and play a variety of related learning games. In Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, kids can explore the 100 Acre Wood and bounce along with Tigger, Pooh, and the gang in a number of games designed to improve memory and vocabulary. 101 Dalmations features four learning games, hundreds of surprise animations, six sing-along Disney tunes, and scrollable, panoramic scenes from the Disney movie. Toy Story has the same incredible animation seen in the movie, and lets kids read along and relive favorite moments from the story. It features five activities and 15 clickable story screens to explore.

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Disney's Winnie the Pooh: ABC's

By Disney Interactive
"P" is for "Pooh," and preschoolers, too! Kids join Winnie the Pooh and friends in the Hundred Acre Wood to learn their letters. Disney's "Winnie the Pooh: ABCs features age-appropriate activities focused on the ABCs. Kids can cook alphabet soup in Kanga's kitchen as they master their letters and much more. Winnie the Pooh: ABCs stimulates preschoolers' imaginations, builds self-confidence, and develops valuable social skills. Plus, kids will love charting their progress on the printable tree house.

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Disney's Winnie the Pooh: 123's

By Disney Interactive
Adapted from Ready for Math with Pooh educational CD-ROM, Disney's Winnie the Pooh: 123s helps kids, ages 3 to 6, polish their number knowledge in the confidence-building environment of the Hundred Acre Wood, with encouragement from Pooh and pals.

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Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Spelling

By Disney Interactive
Adapted from Ready to Read with Pooh educational CD-ROM, Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Spelling helps kids, ages 3 to 6, polish their spelling skills in the confidence-building environment of the Hundred Acre Wood, with encouragement from Pooh and pals.

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Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Baby

By Disney Interactive
Winnie the Pooh and the other denizens of the 100 Acre Wood are ideal companions for guiding your baby through his or her first software experience. Their gentle silliness and not particularly linear behavior provide a perfect match for the vagaries of baby reasoning. Babies can help Pooh pull everything from bubbles to birds out of his honey pots. Use spoons to bang out rhythms on pans with Baby Roo. Point to body parts with Piglet. Paint with Eeyore, who glumly uses his tail as a brush. ("Green. Like the grass. Except when it's brown. Sigh.") Or play a bouncy game of hide and seek with Tigger.

With all five of these elements, your baby can initiate action by simply mashing a key (or five) on the keyboard. Music, colors, opposites, and counting are just a few of the many concepts these activities explore. A couple of smart touches are buttons a parent can click to control the play. A Good Job button causes the character to give positive feedback to your baby. The Do It Again button is for that thing near and dear to all babies' hearts: repetition. It exists so parents can make balloons float out of Pooh's honey pot ad infinitum, which is just how babies likes it.

Don't expect to park your baby alone with this CD-ROM. It works best when parents participate, using the mouse to move between activities and control the play. Fortunately, little surprises, flawless animation, and well-developed characters make this an easy one for parents to enjoy. Watching Piglet's fidgety hands and hearing Eeyore sigh as a rain cloud drenches his masterpiece is like being with old friends. Designers used a quilt motif as the central visual element of this program, and it's an appropriate choice. Winnie the Pooh Baby is as comfy as a well-worn baby blanket. (Ages 9 to 24 months)

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Disney Learning Toddler

By Disney Interactive
Disney Learning Toddler featuring Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh is an early-learning tool that enables children to learn age-appropriate skills with their favorite Disney characters. Whether your child is visiting friends in Mickey's neighborhood or exploring the Hundred Acre Wood, they'll learn important skills that enhance memory, observation, and listening. Other exercises will teach them letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and music--all in an atmosphere of gentle encouragement and fun.

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Disney Learning Preschool

By Disney Interactive
This is a terrific package of toddler software, featuring one disc of Winnie the Pooh Toddler and one disc of Mickey Mouse Toddler. Activities are inherently interesting to children -- colorful, musical problem solving and play -- and generally have three difficulty levels in order to customize the experience.

In Winnie the Pooh, each activity (involving letter recognition, sorting, counting, music, sequence completion and painting) occurs in one of the main characters' houses, and children use a navigation screen showing all the houses situated in 100 Acre Wood. As each activity is completed, that character is free to attend Eeyore's birthday party. When all of the activities are completed, your child can attend the party and watch the story ending. This kind of cohesive play is sorely missing from most kids' software.

In Mickey Mouse Preschool, the navigation screen is set at a diner and gas station run by Goofy. Activities include music, design, arcade shooting, following directions, opposites and games. Most are car-oriented, which is especially fun to many children. While this game doesn't have an overarching goal like that in the Winnie the Pooh game, it is lively and fun.

The two discs make a terrific combination for your 2- to 4-year old. Highly recommended.

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Disney's Mickey Preschool

By Disney Interactive
You can practically smell the burger grease and freshly hung laundry at this funky little diner that Mickey and Minnie Mouse visit when their gas tank falls below "E." As a banjo plunks out a slow tune in the background, Mickey pulls up a chair and sits outside with Pluto to enjoy the sunshine. No agenda here. Instead of explaining what kids should do next, Mickey scratches Pluto and occasionally glances toward the cursor. This is the CD-ROM equivalent of a deliciously lazy summer day with nothin' urgent to do. Kids play and learn at their own pace, by nosing around and figuring things out.

Mosey into the garage. One bay houses a body shop where you can piece together and paint custom hot rods; the other, a tune-up place where a swipe of the cursor creates actual tunes on musical wrenches, tires, and hubcaps. Follow Minnie into the diner, and Daisy Duck dishes up dozens of workbook-style exercises on place mats. Wander into the back yard, and Huey, Dewy, and Louie hand you a hose and tell you which letters, numbers, shapes, or colors to squirt. Help pump gas and learn color mixing, numbers, and how to follow instructions. Get it wrong and a chipper customer intones, "That wasn't quite right, but it'll do," as their car backfires and leaves in a cloud of smoke.

Our favorite activity was the Opposites Car: climb into a car, and "mouse" with the turn signals, windshield wipers, and other fun switches preschoolers aren't allowed to touch on Mommy and Daddy's car. It's a clever way to teach opposites, and it's great fun to honk the horn and make Uncle Donald drop his laundry.

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Preschoolers will explore a supportive learning environment in a roadside pit stop off the highway near Mickey's home. While interacting with Mickey and his friends, kids discover over 20 learning skills. The software is based on the Active Learning Method, which encourages kids to explore, discover, and create while they learn. The product enhances memory, listening, and observation skills as well as inspires creativity and imagination.

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Disney Learning Kindergarten

By Disney Interactive
Have kids prepare for school by laughing and learning with Winnie The Pooh!

Disney's Winnie The Pooh Kindergarten Deluxe

By Disney Interactive
Have kids prepare for school by laughing and learning with Winnie The Pooh!

Disney/Pixar Learning: Buzz Lightyear 1st Grade

By Disney Interactive
Buzz Lightyear and friends turn Andy's bedroom into a fun and interactive classroom for first graders. Disney's active-learning games and activities promote creative thinking and problem-solving skills, while building self-confidence and teaching more than 40 developmental skills.

Perfect for kids ages 5 to 7, Learning 1st Grade will expand your child's learning galaxy. Kids rocket to an adventurous, age-appropriate learning environment of exploration, discovery, and creativity. A two CD-ROM set, Learning 1st Grade is packed with detailed graphics, exciting transitional sequences, and updated educational games designed to support first grade fundamentals, along with a stellar set of print activities featuring Buzz, Andy, and the gang.

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Disney/Pixar Learning 2nd-3rd Grade

By Disney Interactive
Headquarters alert: Zurg forces are trying to take over a peaceful planet. Buzz Lightyear and kids are called into action. It's a long journey, and refueling will be necessary. Buzz's interplanetary ship requires four different fuels, each with its own color. Kids must make sure Buzz's fuel reserves never run dry, which requires an adventurous journey into Buzz's ship. Along the way, kids have to pass challenges designed to build their second and third grade-level math, reading, and language skills. When fuel is plentiful, kids get to navigate the galaxy and unlock arcade-style games. Friends can play along--that is, until the fuel runs out--then the challenges begin anew.

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Disney Learning Adventure: Search for the Secret Keys

By Disney Interactive
Mickey and the gang find themselves stranded in a haunted house inhabited by fun-loving and mischievous ghosts. Children ages 5 to 7 can explore and experiment within their environment, figuring out just how this wacky house works. It's a fun place that features experiential activities supported with curriculum-based lessons.

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Disney's Phonics Quest

By Disney Interactive
Join Mickey on a quest to understand the magic of phonics!

Playhouse Disney's The Book of Pooh: A Story without a Tail

By Disney Interactive
Playhouse Disney brings The Book of Pooh: A Story Without a Tail to life in this engaging, early-learning game for children ages 3 to 6. Preschoolers immerse themselves in the unique and enchanting world of Winnie the Pooh and his beloved friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Interactive activities and educational games--featuring puppet versions of Pooh and friends--develop early-learning and critical-thinking skills. Children also practice their keyboarding and mouse abilities, all under the gentle guidance of that delightful and comforting "silly old bear."

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