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Parents' Guide to

Reader Rabbit Kindergarten

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Fave brainy bunny hops to DS for learning romp that talks.

Game Nintendo DS 2009
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Based on 2 parent reviews

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Is It Any Good?

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With an engaging story line that motivates kids to play the learning games, toe-tapping music, funny jokes, and many video sequences that look like Saturday morning cartoons, Reader Rabbit Kindergarten has a lot to offer families of kindergartners. Parents will appreciate the help feature represented by an animated book, as well as the progress report and the ability to set the difficulty level of every game.

A minor gripe is that the graphics showing letters and numbers tend to be too small. However, you can read them. Overall, Reader Rabbit Kindergarten does an excellent job of mixing adventure, education, and entertainment. It is fun having learning games on the DS.

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