Disney Interactive today announced the release of three new titles aimed at preschoolers of different ages. The new titles are actually repackaged versions of products Disney has already released featuring Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh.
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The three new titles combine Disney’s Mickey Mouse Learning and Disney’s Winnie the Pooh Learning series into three two-disc sets: Disney Learning Toddler, Disney Learning Preschool and Disney Learning Kindergarten. The previously released content was first introduced in 1999 and was updated last year.
Disney Interactive has created the series based on “Active Learning” educational principles. The games encourage kids to learn math, language arts, creative arts, logic and computer skills, and even introduce kids to Spanish and French vocabulary. They each feature beloved Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck, Pooh, Tigger and others.
Each of the titles is available on hybrid CD-ROM with support for both Mac OS and Windows and are available for US$19.99 each.