Disney's Buzz Lightyear: 1st Grade

Disney's Buzz Lightyear: 1st Grade PC CD learn math vocabulary geography game! 

Children 

Windows 

Disney 

2000 

CD 

$3.48
Packaging
Designed for children ages five to seven, Disney/Pixar's Buzz Lightyear 1st Grade features nine educational activities with 40 developmental skills. Skills include basic mathematics, vocabulary and word building, world geography, language, music and story comprehension.

The included activities revolve around Buzz Lightyear and other elements of the Toy Story world. Acting as the navigational screen, Andy's bedroom builds investigation and observation skills. Focusing on addition, subtraction and counting, Sarge's Math Maneuvers requires counting soldiers onscreen. After pleasing the sergeant, move on to vocabulary and word building in Mr. Spell's Word Search. Played in a darkened room, the player must shine light on various letters to complete the spelling of given words.

Next on the agenda is Jessie's Number Race in which a child's counting and motor skills are put to the test. Counting ones, twos, fives tens and hundreds, he or she steers a remote controlled vehicle through carpeted terrain while finding the aforementioned numbers. Looking with Lenny involves finding items mentioned in given clues. Utilizing a pair of binoculars, this activity builds many skills including money counting, sounds, memory, fractions, shapes and attribute discernment. Globe Builder builds geographical skills by having the child put pieces of a fractured globe together. When certain pieces are placed on the sphere, information on the country or region is provided.

Building story comprehension and grammatical skills, Bo Peep's Story Time features trading cards and stories pertaining to Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, Woody and other Toy Story members. The idea here is to place the cards (each has a pictorial image on it) in the correct order. Jessie's Time Teaser builds digital/analog time telling skills by matching digital clocks to those of the analog variety. Sonic Arranger features seven call-and-response cartridges (like Simon Says) and the ability to create music via a piano. It focuses on varying pitches, creativity and instrumentation. Finally, Andy's Brain Challenges is an activity book featuring mazes, word puzzles, coloring and cutout pages. This builds creativity, mathematics, language and reading skills.

Disney/Pixar's Buzz Lightyear 1st Grade also features parental controls and onscreen overviews of each activity. While the mouse is used to control activities, keyboard shortcuts can be accessed for easier navigation.

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