Your kids can actually become smarter than they already are. Shocking isn’t it?
JumpStart Toddlers features musical animals, bouncing shapes and
an enchanted chalkboard to present the alphabet, numbers and over 200
vocabulary words in this magical first step in computer discovery for
children 18 months to 3 years. From Knowledge Adventure.
What’s the best tool for kids to learn about basic fractions?
A pizza, of course. That’s just one of the 25 fun activities
found in Interactive Math Journey. With it, kids build skills,
problem-solving abilities and most important, confidence in math.
From The Learning Company.
Freddi Fish and his sidekick Luther are on the case of the
haunted schoolhouse and its missing toys. This undersea mystery
has everything to keep the kids entertained for hours as they help
the finned dynamic duo solve the crime. From Humongous Entertainment.
The Canine Revitalizer’s been stolen and it’s Elroy and
Syd’s science project. What happens if they can’t solve
the riddles, unravel the codes and crack basic science puzzles to solve
this terrible crime? A fate too scary for any kid – summer school.
From Headbone Interactive.
Now there are ten widely acclaimed Macintosh® games in their original
format, all in one package. You’ll find great entertainment titles
like Wing Commander III, PGA Tour Golf III and System Shock, plus
three hot edutainment titles for the kids. From Electronic Arts.
Join Kermit and the Muppet crew in their very own version of the Robet
Louis Stevenson classic, “Treasure Island.” Outsmart the
scurvy pirates as you discover puzzles, activities and fun learning
games in this exciting interactive hunt for buried treasure. From
Deep within the heart of the Math Metropolis lies the secret to math
success. Whether kids are having a tough time with math or are
certified math superstars, Mighty Math Number Heroes will put them
on the road to math greatness. From Edmark.
This new edition of Carmen helps kids with world geography and cultures
as they explore 50 countries, getting fun clues from animated characters
along the way. A rich database is included, with video clips from
the National Geographic Society. From Brøderbund.
A collection of third-party software from Apple Computer handpicked with you
and the Internet in mind. You’re on the web in minutes with the help
of the easy-to-use Internet Dialer application. It comes with a manual too,
written in simple “Apple Guide” language.
The math program that has set the standard for helping kids learn math is now
bigger and better than ever before. Mega Math Blaster gives you enhanced
arcade games, exclusive supplemental learning materials and, most important,
more math fun. From Davidson.
With all the quality education software now available for the Mac®, your
kid’s head can fill with knowledge faster than you can say
“academic scholarship.’ And the nice thing is, you don’t
have to comb the Earth to find it. There’s the completely ’90s experience
of buying it off the Internet. Or you can go through
one of the very informative mail-order catalogs. Perhaps you want to get out
of the house (no explanation is necessary). For that, there are a bunch of
great stores like Best Buy and CompUSA. And if you can’t tell by now,
we’re out to make finding excellent Mac software just as easy as using
it. So let’s review. If you want to become better educated on our
incredible selection of software and all the different ways you can buy it,
just pull up a chair at ourweb site, which is http://www.macsoftware.apple.com.
Or call 800-500-4862.
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