A Day At The Circus

A Day At The Circus

This EduGames software is perfect for children aged up to four....

This EduGames software is perfect for children aged up to four. And if your child is new to computers, the software has an EasyClick option that makes it easy for him or her to get started !

30 interactive games and activities based on the classic Circus theme. - Play shoot the peanut with the elephants- Sing along with the circus bear- Play cards with cheeky monkey- Learn to count with the Big Cats- Sort shapes with the seals.

. The educational aim of this softwareWith your help, and in Boowa Kwala's company, your child will have a wonderful time learning through play in our carefully crafted early-learning environment.

Each beautifully illustrated title in the collection (A Day on the Farm, A Day at the Circus. ) is built around a situation that small children feel comfortable with.

Children build an understanding of the world around them through play and active participation in structured activities. Interactive play offers a fun way to explore the world and develop all-important sensory, motor, emotional and intellectual skills.

Multimedia develops observation, memory and analysis and opens up the magical world of imagination and learning. This software is designed to awaken the curiosity of your child and provides a carefully crafted early-learning environment that will help your child to explore, understand and interact with the world around him/her.

And your child will be in control. S/he will be able to move forward at his/her own rhythm whilst enjoying every moment. Getting to grips with the computer has never been this easy, nor this much fun.

A positive approachBoowa Kwala games and activities are designed to be non-competitive and non-violent. We also try to encourage an attitude of : Getting it right is great.

But getting it wrong is okay too. The animations that follow a correct answer are a whole lot of fun. The animations that follow an incorrect answer are fun too.

They are designed to take the drama out of the situation, and encourage rather than criticize. And most important of all, you will enjoy many precious shared moments with your child.

When you asked Marie to test this game, I thought that it would be too easy for her. I didn't imagine for a second that she would find it so hard to get the sequence right !

She almost gave up at one point, but she really wanted to see the seal dive, so she persevered. It is nice to see her showing a little patience for a change !

Stephane (Mauritius)We've been looking for a game with numbers for a while. Ines can manage the lion counting easily. But she hasn't quite got the hang of the tigers.

. we haven't even tried the leopards yet ! Even I have trouble counting the leopards with all those tigers and lions in the way ! Great game. Thanks.

Alan (England)