Alphabet Zoo (Atari 8-Bit, Cartridge) Spinnaker - 1983 USA, Canada Release
|Category(s)||Education, Preschool, Alphabet|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
It's a race. It's a chase. It's Alphabet Zoo. And it teaches children the relationship of letters and sounds. And also how to spell while they're having fun.
It's two zany games in one. In both, you pick your players (maybe Tomato Head Fred or Millie Mushroom). And you pick your playing level.
Then off you go racing through the maze, after the letters that fit the picture on the screen.
Be quick though. The letters may move, and time is running out!
Colorful graphics and great sound effects add to the fun, making Alphabet Zoo so entertaining your kids will be laughing and learning at the same time.
Dale Disharoon, author of Alphabet Zoo, is a teacher, programmer, and classical guitarist who specializes in educational games for young children.
Educational value: Alphabet Zoo helps children strengthen their letter recognition skills as they associate letters of the alphabet with the sounds they represent. The game also helps sharpen a child's spelling skills.