VTech InnoTab Software - Sofia the First
- Seven learning games and two creative activities
- Tilt and touch the tablet to interact with games
- Includes an e-book based on the Sofia the First TV movie "Once Upon a Princess"
- Features the real voice of Sofia
- Works with all InnoTab systems
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It's Jumble Day at Royal Prep, and Sofia's classrooms are all mixed up! Help Princess Sofia get to class in the Sofia the First game for InnoTab. Play games and get creative as you help Sofia and friends through eight learning activities and two creative modes. Read the e-book to learn how Sofia becomes a princess! Discover colors, shapes, problem solving and more. It's a silly, mixed-up kind of day as you learn to be a princess with Sofia on this fun tablet game for kids! It's Jumble Day and everything is topsy-turvy at Royal Prep! Princess Sofia discovers all her classrooms have changed places. She needs help getting to class! Play games to help Sofia and her friends in the Sofia the First game for InnoTab® by VTech®. Tap the tablet to move Sofia and Minimus up and down as they race along in Flying Horse Riding Class! Touch the screen to create magic paintings with Sofia in Art Class and tap the magic wand to watch them come to life! Learn how Sofia becomes a princess in Story Mode with the interactive e-book. Take pictures with your favorite characters and scenes (camera activity compatible with any InnoTab® system with a camera). Seven learning games and two creative activities teach counting, colors, patterns, problem solving and more! Join Sofia on this wild and thrilling day!
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Game 1. is 'Ballet Dance' party, which uses memory to follow dance moves. 2. 'Letter Bubbles' focuses on spelling by popping bubbles with letters in them in order. 3. 'Hide and seek' is for visual skills, simply finding the toys hiding around the room and paying attention to which direction they run. 4. 'Marble Rolling' is lots of fun with sorting colors and answering some simple addition like 5 + 3 = ?. 5. 'Stack those blocks' is matching with color and pattern. 6. 'Odd one out' is logic, picking which picture is different. 7. 'Matching Pairs' is simply memory. 8. 'Follow That Card' is observation, basically the nutshell game. 9. 'Check-Up Games' is problem solving and health and the child gets to learn what doctors instruments are used for. The child also builds an inventory of coloring pages, and the story is cute too, 'The Rip Heard 'Round the World'. I would definitely get this again for my kids, the animation is good and very engaging, and the price on Amazon is better than what I have found out in town!
The games the child plays along the campus path are 1. 'Monster Football' with beginning and missing letters. 2. 'Monster Puzzle' is problem solving, or just putting together a puzzle. 3. 'Scare Card Club' is Memory. The Training games are more involved, 4. 'Reflex Training' is addition, and number comparison(which is biggest?). 5. 'Scary Faces' is finding differences in pictures. 6. 'Avoid the Spotlight' is numbers and order. The Scare Games happen after a few bits of training, 7. 'The Toxicity Challenge' is running and avoiding toxic urchins(Dad's favorite!), step on an urchin, and Mike's foot swells up! 8. 'Avoid the Parent' is finding beginning and missing letters. Finally, the 9. 'Simulated Scare' that you have to scare the simulator kid using the motion sensor in the tablet. Tons of fun on one little cartridge!