Arthur's Reading Race
Read along with the story as Arthur puts D.W.'s reading skills to the test. Featuring learning activities that will help children with word recognition, sentence structure, vocabulary, and reading comprehension, this program offers surprises with every click.
Arthur’s Sand Castle
Children will fuel their creativity and critical thinking skills as they collect sand, water, and other items to make bricks and construct their very own sand castles. Kids can create their own unique design, or follow a diagram from Arthur’s book.
Blue’s Takes You To School
Miss Marigold’s classroom offers a variety of activities for children to tackle. They can take care of the class rabbit, match beats in music class, discover nature in the garden, create paintings during art time, and float a boat to an island at the water table.
Bob the Builder Can-Do Zoo
Children play games involving problem solving, critical thinking, shape & color identification, and more, to help Bob build a zoo for the newly arrived animals. Available in English and Spanish.
Cat in the Hat
The classic Dr. Seuss story comes to life as kids increase their reading comprehension by following along with highlighted words. Clickables games feature on every page, as kids discover hidden characters, solve puzzles, draw faces, and more
Curious George Reads, Writes & Spells
This interactive storybook follows George through a variety of settings, where he must complete a series of activities involving letters and spelling in order to catch his escaped parrot Lola.
Clifford Learning Activities
Clifford and his friends explore Birdwell Island and participate in learning games that will enhance a number of skills involving numbers, shapes, colors & words. Children can also tap into their creative side with pattern recognition and music making activities.
Dora the Explorer: Dance to the Rescue
Children play problem solving and matching games, and express their creativity in the dance and music centers with Dora, as she tries to save her friend, Swiper, from a naughty dancing elf. As usual with Dora, there’s a little Spanish thrown in, too!
Dora the Explorer: Lost City Adventure
Number & color recognition, counting, sequencing, basic addition, and Spanish vocabulary are all skills that can be learned from the games at each stop, as Dora and Boots search for her missing teddy bear, Osito.
Explore underwater worlds with the movie characters as they go on a quest to rescue Nemo. Movie clips combine with interactive games to help sharpen children’s critical thinking skills.
Green Eggs & Ham
Children experience this Living Book as Sam-I-Am guides them through the classic Dr. Seuss story, featuring highlighted text, and clickables on each page. Three additional games requiring kids to make rhymes and match colors complement the story.
I Spy Junior Puppet Playhouse
Each of four puppet shows come to life as children solve I Spy puzzles and watch the stories unfold. The Prop Box and Puppet Maker offer two additional logic activities that require children to listen and follow directions.
Jump Start Languages
Children can enter the Spanish, French, Japanese or English language pavilions at the Jump Start World’s Fair. Each pavilion is hosted by a native speaker and a translator, and features corresponding cultural stories, customs and décor. Further activities and virtual trips to other countries can be found in the World Fair Expo Hall.
Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When it’s Dark Outside
Once you help Pajama Sam find his flashlight, mask, and lunchbox, you’re ready go on mission to capture Darkness, in a world filled with games, puzzles, riddles, and fun places to explore.
Sammy’s Science House
Five activities, featuring multiple levels of difficulty, can be found in the Science House. There’s a Sorting Station, Building Workshop, Acorn Pond, Movie Maker, and Weather Machine, each with both Explore & Discover, and Question & Answer modes, allow children to play games and apply their newfound knowledge.
Sesame Street Music Maker
Kids join Ernie, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Grover on a musical journey. Eight activities will introduce children to instruments of the world, allow them to experiment with pitch & tempo, make songs with sounds from the everyday world, and compose their own music.
Janell Cannon’s famous picture book about a bat who’s taken in by birds and learns their ways before finding her mother and returning to the life of a bat. Highlighted text makes the story easy for children to follow, and loads of clickables add to the fun.
Tonka Construction 2
Kids must use a variety of Tonka trucks to accomplish specific tasks like demolishing & reconstructing city buildings, paving roads in the desert, and designing a ski resort. This program offers a wonderful combination of reasoning & direction following skills, and imaginative opportunities to design their own unique settings.
Kids must use the ladder truck, fire copter, fire dozer, or pumper truck to put out fires, go on rescue missions, and build fire breaks. Each activity has three skill levels to keep kids advancing as their skills improve.
Thomas the Tank Engine: Great Festival Adventure
Thomas and his friends are getting things ready for the big festival. Activities reinforce the value of teamwork, as children practice color & shape sorting, counting, making music, and more.