DD age 5 got a D.S for her birthday this year.She has a very poor concentration span and is fairly 'behind'at school with her reading and writing,mainly due to glue ear. At the moment she plays Cooking Mama,it keeps her occupied for a good half hour at a time which is VERY rare for her so I'm after games which are similar,but preferably eduational aswell.
I've noticed a one called 'I did it Mum' does anyone know if it's any good?also any other reccomendations greatly appreciated.
I Did It Mum is good - DD3 is 5, she loves this - you can play dress-the-dolly, colouring, simple jigsaw puzzles - not too hard, will keep her occupied with minimal supervision. (I use on train journeys so can read a book!)
She also has Build-a-Bear which needs more help as to get some of the outfits you have to complete challenges - not too sure how this will pan out a she hasn't had it long.
Crayola Colour Adventures is good - you can just colour pictures using the stylus, and can unlock more pictures and more colours to choose by playing games - join-the-dots and colouring within a time limit.
I think there's a new maths one for younger kids due out soon called Make 10 or something like that?
Surprised Nintendo haven't made more games for lower age range to try to steal the market from Leapster and Vtech.
Yes,it is actually Cooking Mama 2 that she has,is the first one much different then as I could get her that? She didn't have the patience for Nintendogs,I really thought she'd love it but got sick of the name calling thing and gave up unfortunately.