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Reader Rabbit ® Toddler

V 3.0

User’s Guide

ABOUT THE LEARNING COMPANY ® BRAND

Since 1980, The Learning Company ® has consistently produced the highest quality educational software available. Our award-winning products help develop your child’s underlying thinking skills and creativity, while reinforcing important areas of the basic curriculum, such as reading, writing, and mathematics.

Every premium product under the Reader Rabbit ® brand undergoes extensive research and testing, with input from educational professionals, parents, and children. Each product features a precise balance of educational content and entertainment value, so your child has fun while learning!

How do we do it? Enchanting characters. Challenging situations. Rich game environments. State-of-the-art graphics and sound. Progressive skill levels and game segments that can be customized to meet your child’s individual needs.

As parents and educators, we recognize that education is a continuous process, so we developed a complete system of age-appropriate programs. Carefully sequenced by age groups, this system makes it easy for you to confidently choose the right products for your children at each stage of their educational development. As an integral part of The Learning Company’s system, each of our products addresses a specific age group and subject area with appropriate themes to heighten your child’s interest in learning.

© 2001, 2002 Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited and its licensors. All rights reserved. Uses Bink Video Technology. Copyright © 1997–2001 by RAD Game Tools, Inc. Uses Miles Sound System. Copyright © 1991-2001 by RAD Game Tools, Inc. All rights reserved. The Learning Company and Reader Rabbit are registered trademarks and Reader Rabbit Toddler is a trademark of Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited. QuickTime and the QuickTime logo are trademarks used under license. The QuickTime logo is registered in the U.S. and other countries. Windows and Win are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Adobe ® Acrobat ® © 2001 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. Macintosh and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Pentium is either a registered trademark or trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

ABOUT THE LEARNING COMPANY BRAND Since 1980, The Learning Company has consistently produced the highest quality

READER RABBIT ® TODDLER v3.0

Hardware and System Requirements

Setting Up and Starting the Program

Using the TLC Learning Launcher

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Reader Rabbit Toddler

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Educational Focus

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Getting Started

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Main Menu

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Using POP

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Playing the Toddler Activities

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Alphabet Express

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Bubble Castle

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............................................................................................ Follow-Me Theater ...................................................................................

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Musical Meadow ......................................................................................

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Peekaboo Zoo

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Pop & Play Place

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Rainbow Rock

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Cloud Shapers

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Playtime for Baby

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Educational Focus

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Getting Started

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Main Menu ...............................................................................................

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Using POP

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Playing the Baby Activities

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Mat Says

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Kaleidoscope Symphony

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Rhyme Time

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Musical Drawers

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Peekaboo Bubble

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Mat’s Faces

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Shape Slide

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Hide-and-Seek Animals

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Discovery House

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Print Activities

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Dreamship Tales

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Troubleshooting

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Contacting The Learning Company

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Appendix

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HARDWARE AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Windows ® version

Macintosh ® version

Runs on:

PC and compatibles—Pentium ®

Runs on:

PowerPC ® Macintosh

166 MHz or faster

computers—180 MHz or faster

 

With:

With:

32 MB of memory (RAM)

32 MB of memory (RAM)

monitor, 13" or larger (Baby)

Hard disk with 100 MB of free disk

Hard disk with 100 MB of free disk

space** 8x CD-ROM drive

space** 8x CD-ROM drive

16-bit color monitor capable of 800 x 600

266-color monitor capable of 800 x 600

resolution Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000***, XP***

resolution (Toddler) or Thousands color

Windows-compatible sound card

System 8.6 to 9.1, OS X

Speakers

Speakers

Mouse

Mouse

Recommended:

Recommended:

Browser, such as Netscape ® Navigator ® 4.75 or Microsoft ® Internet Explorer ® 5.0 or higher

Browser, such as Netscape Navigator 4.75 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher

28.8 Kbps modem

28.8 Kbps modem

Color printer

Color printer

 

Microphone

* An additional 7 MB of disk space may be required to install Adobe ® Acrobat ® Reader.

**If you are running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you must have administrative privileges to install this program correctly.

In the interest of product improvement, information and specifications represented herein are subject to change without notice.

SETTING UP AND STARTING THE PROGRAM

Reader Rabbit Toddler runs from your CD-ROM drive. However, you need 100 MB of free hard disk space to store some program files.

Installing the Program

Some program files for Reader Rabbit Toddler will be installed on your computer. If needed, the TLC Learning Launcher will also be installed on your computer. (See Using the TLC Learning Launcher.)

WINDOWS ®

AutoPlay is usually enabled when you install Windows on your computer. (See your Windows documentation for more information.)

To install the program with AutoPlay on:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup process. Once you’ve completed the setup, the program will run automatically any time you insert the program CD into the CD-ROM drive.

To install the program with AutoPlay off:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Double-click My Computer.

  • 3. Double-click on the CD-ROM icon.

  • 4. Double-click Play.

  • 5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup process.

MACINTOSH ®

To install the program with the AutoPlay extension on:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup process.

To install the program with the AutoPlay extension off:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Double-click the Reader Rabbit icon in the open window.

  • 3. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup process.

Starting the Program

WINDOWS ®

To start the program with AutoPlay on:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. At the TLC Learning Launcher, click Play.

There are two ways to start the program with AutoPlay turned off. You can choose to follow either set of instructions.

To start the program with AutoPlay off (Option 1):

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Double-click My Computer.

  • 3. Double-click the CD-ROM icon.

  • 4. Double-click Play.

  • 5. At the TLC Learning Launcher, click Play.

To start the program with AutoPlay off (Option 2):

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Click on the Start button. Then choose Programs, The Learning Company, Reader Rabbit, and Reader Rabbit Toddler in that order.

  • 3. At the TLC Learning Launcher, click on Play.

MACINTOSH ®

To start the program with the AutoPlay extension on:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. At the TLC Learning Launcher, click Play.

To start the program with the AutoPlay extension off:

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Double-click the program icon.

  • 3. At the TLC Learning Launcher, click Play.

Click here to go to Playtime for Baby. Click here to begin your adventure. Click here
Click here to go to
Playtime for Baby.
Click here to begin
your adventure.
Click here to turn
the sound effects
on or off.
Click here
Click here to go
to turn
to
Fly the
background
Dreamship.
music on
or off.
Click here to
access this
programís
userís guide.
Click here to
exit the
program.
Click here to
uninstall this
product.
Click here to go
to the TLC Home
area.
Click here to go to
the New! area.
Click here to get
technical support
help.
Click here to learn about other programs from
The Learning Company.

USING THE TLC LEARNING LAUNCHER

The TLC Learning Launcher is your gateway to Reader Rabbit Toddler and other programs from The Learning Company.

If you are not yet ready to begin playing Reader Rabbit Toddler, take some time to explore the other areas of the TLC Learning Launcher. The TLC Learning Launcher provides an innovative interface with convenient tools to update and organize your Learning Company educational software through The Learning Company’s secure server. On the Automatic setting, the launcher will ask if you would like to receive an update. On the Manual setting, you can click on the New! button any time you want to receive the latest updates.

Note: The online services advertised as part of this product may be changed or discontinued at any time.

Click here to go to the Parents area. Click here to go to the My CD-
Click here to go
to the Parents
area.
Click here to go
to the My CD-
ROMs area.

Click here to visit TLCKids.com on the Web.

My CD-ROMs Area

If you have purchased and installed other products from The Learning Company, you may be able to access those products in the My CD-ROMs area.

Parents Area

Go to the Parents area to learn more information about the TLC Learning Launcher. Here you can change the Launcher setting to manual. You can also find out which products from The Learning Company are appropriate for different age groups.

TLCKids.com

In the TLCKids.com area, be on the lookout for fun movies and demos of new products. You may also find updates that you can download for your program.

Reader Rabbit Toddler

EDUCATIONAL FOCUS

Toddlers learn by imitating their parents—“helping” them clean or work at other tasks. When they see a parent at the computer, they want to “help” there, too. Reader Rabbit Toddler is an engaging and developmentally appropriate computer program for these eager young children. Toddlers explore nine activities that help them build their confidence as they play with numbers, letters, shapes, and sounds. They also imitate Reader Rabbit as he sings and acts out classic songs and nursery rhymes.

Toddler Development

Toddlers’ physical and mental development are accelerating, and their brains are primed for learning. Every experience children have at this age lays down permanent neural pathways. The more interaction parents have with their toddlers, the stronger the children will be—both mentally and physically. As children walk, run, and dance, they strengthen the connections between their brains and their bodies. Toddlers are also avid listeners. They pick up words from the adults around them and figure out what they mean from context.

Toddlers learn best when they can use their whole bodies to interact with the environment. Toddlers need to see, hear, touch, taste, and smell something to be sure that it really exists. They need feedback from more than one sense to do the things adults take for granted, like walking across a room without falling.

Even though toddlers are still learning to do simple tasks, they take pride in their accomplishments. Praising children for feeding themselves, putting on their clothing, using the toilet, and cleaning up their toys tells toddlers that they are successful. Praise from parents is a powerful tool for youngsters beginning to establish their independence.

Toddlers are in constant motion, either moving from one place to another or simply moving their arms and legs while sitting down. Each movement helps toddlers gain flexibility, balance, and control of their developing muscles. As they grow, toddlers learn to modulate their movements—stopping and starting, changing speed, dodging obstacles, and turning corners. Songs that encourage rhythmic, repetitive movements, such as “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” provide opportunities to practice these skills.

Complementary to the large muscle development toddlers learn from dancing is the fine motor control they need to grasp a cup, use a spoon, or draw with crayons. Playing with clay or dough provides a tactile experience that helps children develop fine motor control and strengthen hand-eye coordination.

Toddlers’ mental abilities also develop very quickly. Children have been listening to their parents since before they were born, and now they are ready to talk. Naturally, toddlers will talk about their favorite things—themselves. Expect frequent updates on what your child is seeing and doing. And if there is no one around, children will happily talk to inanimate objects. An especially favorite routine is saying good night to all of the objects in a room.

Reader Rabbit Toddler has been designed to help toddlers develop in all of these areas. In addition, Tips for Parents later in this section includes suggestions on how to expand on the concepts introduced in the program.

Play and Learn

The nine activities in Reader Rabbit Toddler provide exciting play experiences and build important skills toddlers need for future development. Each activity is designed for youngsters to play alone, but you should sit with your child on your lap when your toddler is first learning how to use the computer. The program is designed to allow toddlers to focus on the activities without having to worry about pinpoint control of the mouse. Children can simply move the mouse around the screen; they don’t need to click on anything to play.

Alphabet Express In Alphabet Express, youngsters match letters of the alphabet. When a match is made, the door on a boxcar unlocks and reveals an object beginning with that letter. Mat the mouse names each object as it appears, helping toddlers build their vocabulary. Matching letters increases familiarity with the alphabet and helps toddlers begin to associate letters with words.

Baby Basket Bingo In this activity, youngsters help baby animals find their parents. Each baby sounds like its parent, and children need to listen carefully to hear which baby is hiding in the basket. Matching sounds builds auditory memory and listening skills.

Bubble Castle The Bubble Dragon has surrounded the Bubble Castle with bubbles, and the animals need help to get inside. The animals are caught in the bubbles, and toddlers pop the bubbles to set the animals free. Once all of the animals are freed, they count to five. Chasing the bubbles improves mouse control and encourages children to predict a bubble’s path.

Follow-Me Theater Step right up to the Follow-Me Theater! Reader Rabbit acts out finger plays to classic nursery rhymes and songs, and toddlers are encouraged to follow along. Repetitive language in nursery rhymes and songs lets children practice their language skills. By imitating the finger plays, toddlers develop large and small muscle skills.

Musical Meadow When youngsters visit the Musical Meadow, they don’t pick the flowers or feed the birds, they play them. Each group of flowers or birds represents a different instrument, and toddlers can conduct their own symphonies. Playing with music helps children develop a sense of rhythm and patterns, which are important early math concepts.

Peekaboo Zoo Children use the flashlight cursor to see what animals are hiding in the Peekaboo Zoo. Mat names each animal as it appears, developing youngsters’ vocabulary. Learning the sounds that animals make is also an important early auditory discrimination task.

Pop & Play Place In this activity, youngsters match the animals popping out of the boxes. When three of the same animal appear, they sing a special song. Figuring out how to match three in a row strengthens toddlers’ logical reasoning skills.

Rainbow Rock In Rainbow Rock, youngsters color scenic pictures as silly sound effects accompany every swipe of the mouse or tap on the keyboard. Toddlers quickly learn the connection between the mouse and the computer to keep the sound effects going. Learning that moving the mouse causes the computer to react is a major cognitive leap for young children.

Cloud Shapers In Cloud Shapers, toddlers make an animated picture by matching shapes to the correct outline. The puzzle pieces slide into place when they get close to the right spot, making it easy for youngsters to succeed. Matching shapes helps build children’s visual discrimination skills.

Tips for Parents

Here are some tips to help children get the most out of their experience with Reader Rabbit Toddler.

Help young children develop healthy habits during their first experiences with the computer.

Children should sit 16 to 20 inches away from the screen.

Encourage good posture at the computer. Make sure the monitor is at an appropriate level for the child. A youngster’s head should be level, with the eyes looking slightly down at the computer screen.

Be sure that the volume is not set too high. Young children’s ears are sensitive. In addition, toddlers should not wear headphones when they are at the computer.

Appropriate lighting is important at the computer. Soft light, rather than bright or fluorescent light, is best.

For children ages 18 to 36 months, limit each computer session to 10 minutes. After computer sessions, children should pursue activities that do not require them to focus their eyes on objects at close range.

Provide children with multisensory experiences away from the computer that complement the developmental concepts presented in Reader Rabbit Toddler.

Have children go outside where there is plenty of room to work on large- motor skills—jumping, hopping, skipping, running, dancing.

Sing songs and dance with your children.

Play games of Follow the Leader or Simon Says. Use simple directions such as “under the table” or “in the box.”

Encourage children to paint or draw. You can print out pictures from Rainbow Rock or the Coloring Book for your child to color. Display your children’s art around the house.

Blow bubbles. This develops breath and mouth muscle control helpful for singing and talking.

Put simple puzzles together with your children. You can print out and use

the puzzles from Cloud Shapers. You can also make puzzles from your children’s artwork. Glue the artwork to cardboard and cut it into shapes. Build structures with blocks. Stacking blocks develops hand-eye

coordination. Act out familiar events such as talking on the phone or going to work.

Prepare a “dress-up box” with old clothing. Youngsters like to dress up in

different outfits. Try to find fabric with different textures so children can feel the difference. Play clean-up games with your child. While you clean up, ask your toddler

to sort toys by shape, color, or texture. Encourage children to look for shapes or letters on everyday items such as

cereal boxes, billboards, and road signs. Encourage children to recite the alphabet or sing the Alphabet Song.

Encourage children to practice counting everything they can.

Reading aloud to children can foster a lifelong love of learning and reading. It unlocks the imagination, encourages creativity, and develops vocabulary.

Read to and with your children every day.

To increase your toddler’s interest in a story, substitute your child’s name for the name of a story character.

GETTING STARTED Main Menu

After the opening scenes, Mat the Mouse finds herself at the Main Menu. To see an animation, move the cursor over one of the nine pictures surrounding Mat. To play an activity, click on one of the nine pictures surrounding Mat, or hold the star cursor over one of the pictures until the points of the star are filled. To exit the program, click on the star in the lower right corner.

Mat Bubble Castle POP (Program Cloud Options Shapers Pad) Peekaboo Rainbow Zoo Rock Follow-Me Pop &
Mat
Bubble Castle
POP
(Program
Cloud
Options
Shapers
Pad)
Peekaboo
Rainbow
Zoo
Rock
Follow-Me
Pop & Play
Place
Theater
Baby Basket
Bingo
exit
cursor
Alphabet Express
Musical Meadow

Using POP

From the Main Menu or any activity, you can access POP, the Program Options Pad. POP contains program information and program options that let you print song lyrics and activity sheets, go to the Sign-In screen, return to the Main Menu, and exit the program.

■ To open POP, press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). ■ To close POP, click on
To open POP, press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh).
To close POP, click on POP’s eyes or anywhere on the screen outside
of POP.
To choose a button, click on it.
Go to the Sign-In screen.
Print activity sheets
and song lyrics.
Turn Immersion
TouchSense on
See a list of the
programís creators.
or off.
Close POP and return to
the Main Menu.
See a matrix of
skills by activity
and skill category.
Exit the program.

Immersion ® TouchSense™ Technology (Windows ® Only)

Immersion TouchSense technology brings a new dimension of realism to games and children’s software by unlocking the sense of touch and allowing you to feel what you see and do on the computer screen. By unifying touch with sight and sound for a complete sensory experience, an Immersion TouchSense-enabled mouse adds realistic tactile feedback that corresponds to events and environments within the computer world. If you are a Windows user and have a tactile mouse, you can turn Immersion TouchSense on or off in the POP menu.

Note: If you are using a Logitech ® mouse, pressing the web wheel will take you to the Logitech Web site.

To disable this feature:

  • 1. Click on the Start button and select Programs, Logitech MouseWare, and Mouse Properties in that order.

  • 2. Click the Buttons menu.

  • 3. Look at the diagram and find the number assigned to the web wheel.

  • 4. Click on the pop-up list for that number and assign it to “unassigned.”

Note: The Immersion TouchSense feature is not available in the Playtime for Baby portion of this CD.

PLAYING THE TODDLER ACTIVITIES Alphabet Express

All aboard! Match letters of the alphabet to unlock the boxcars on the Alphabet Express! Move the glove to a key to pick it up. Listen to the name of the letter. Then move the key to the boxcar with the matching letter, or press a key on the keyboard to watch a key move to the correct boxcar. When the letters match, the boxcar opens, and you can see what’s inside!

To print the lyrics for the songs in this activity, click on Print in POP and select

Song Lyrics.

PLAYING THE TODDLER ACTIVITIES Alphabet Express All aboard! Match letters of the alphabet to unlock the

Move the glove to a key to pick the key up. Then move the key to the boxcar with the matching letter.

Baby Basket Bingo

Who’s that crying? It’s the baby in the basket! Listen to the sound the baby makes. Every animal makes a different sound. Move the basket to the baby’s parent. Listen, and then move the basket again until every parent is with its baby. Now everybody’s happy—including you! New animals appear so you can play again and again. Press a key on the keyboard to hear the sound of the baby animal in the basket and watch the basket move to the baby’s parent. To print the lyrics for the songs in this activity, click on Print in POP and select

Song Lyrics.

PLAYING THE TODDLER ACTIVITIES Alphabet Express All aboard! Match letters of the alphabet to unlock the

Move the baby basket to the babyís parent.

Bubble Castle

Follow Mat to the Bubble Castle, where a friendly dragon blows bubbles. Move your wand to touch a bubble, or press a key on the keyboard. Pop! Pop the bubbles that contain animals to let the animals enter the castle. Then count the animals, and play again!

Bubble Castle Follow Mat to the Bubble Castle, where a friendly dragon blows bubbles. Move your

Move the wand to a bubble to pop it. When the castle is full, count the animals.

Follow-Me Theater

Sing a song with your fingers! Reader Rabbit shows you how. Move the glove to a song button, or press a key on the keyboard. Then follow along with Reader Rabbit, and move your fingers to the music. Play the same song again, or choose a new song. To print the lyrics for the songs in this activity, click on Print in POP and select Song Lyrics.

Eensy Weensy Spider Hickory Dickory Dock Little Bo Peep Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Eensy Weensy
Spider
Hickory
Dickory Dock
Little Bo Peep
Twinkle, Twinkle,
Little Star

I’m a Little Teapot

Two Little

Bluebirds

Where Is

Thumbkin?

Clap Your Hands

Move the glove to a song button to see Reader Rabbitís fingerplay.

Musical Meadow

Follow Mat to gardens where the flowers and birds make music! In the flower garden, move the bee to a group of flowers to hear their special music. Move the bee to the flowers again to stop their music. You can also press a key on the keyboard to start and stop music for groups of flowers. To change the song and go to the bird garden, move the bee to the beehive.

Musical Meadow Follow Mat to gardens where the flowers and birds make music! In the flower

Move the bee to a group of flowers to make them start or stop playing music.

Musical Meadow Follow Mat to gardens where the flowers and birds make music! In the flower

Move the bee to a group of birds to make them start or stop singing.

In the bird garden, move the bee to a group of birds to hear the birds’ special music. Move the bee to the birds again to stop their music. You can also press a key on the keyboard to start and stop music for groups of birds. To change the song and go to the flower garden, move the bee to the beehive. What fun!

Peekaboo Zoo

Peekaboo! The animals see you, but do you see them? Can you guess what animal is hiding by listening to the sound it makes? Move the flashlight to a pair of

eyes. An animal appears, and Mat tells you what animal it is. You can also reveal an animal by pressing a key on the keyboard. This jungle is not so spooky when you know all the animals by name!

Musical Meadow Follow Mat to gardens where the flowers and birds make music! In the flower

Move the flashlight to a pair of eyes to see an animal.

Pop & Play Place

Play a game of jack-in-the-box with different animals! Move the glove to a box to see what’s inside. Move the glove back to a box and up pops a different animal. Try to get the same animal in all three boxes. Press a key on the keyboard to see animals pop up until a match is made. Then count them up and listen to their special song! To print the lyrics for the songs in this activity, click on Print in POP and select Song Lyrics.

Pop & Play Place Play a game of jack-in-the-box with different animals! Move the glove to

Move the glove to a box to make an animal pop up.

Rainbow Rock

Play with Mat’s special coloring book, where one crayon draws many colors! Move your crayon over the picture, or press a key on the keyboard. Colors appear! When the whole picture is finished, watch it move to the music. Then the page turns so you can color another picture. To print the pictures from this activity, click on Print in POP and select Rainbow Rock.

To print the lyrics for the songs in this activity, click on Print in POP and select

Song Lyrics.

Pop & Play Place Play a game of jack-in-the-box with different animals! Move the glove to

Move the crayon over the picture to color it.

Cloud Shapers

Put a puzzle together using colorful shapes that snap into place. Move the glove to a shape at the bottom of the screen to pick it up. Then move the shape to the place in the puzzle where it belongs. Press a key on the keyboard to hear the color and name of a shape, and then watch the shape move to its place. When all the shapes are in the puzzle, it comes to life! Then a new puzzle will appear. Use the new shapes to put together another puzzle.

To print the puzzles from this activity, click on Print in POP and select Cloud Shapers. To print the lyrics for the songs in this activity, click on Print in POP and select Song Lyrics.

Cloud Shapers Put a puzzle together using colorful shapes that snap into place. Move the glove

Move the glove to a shape to pick the

shape up. Then move the shape to where

it belongs in the puzzle.

Fly the Dreamship™

Reader Rabbit and Sam the Lion pick up Mat the Mouse to take her on a trip in the Dreamship the fun begins! Reader, Sam, and Mat need your help to fly the Dreamship. Move the mouse to discover a variety of objects that bring fun animations, complete with sound effects.

...

and

Cloud Shapers Put a puzzle together using colorful shapes that snap into place. Move the glove

Playtime for Baby

EDUCATIONAL FOCUS

For small children, there is almost no difference between playing and learning. Toys and other playthings serve as fun tools that babies can use to find out how the world works. Like a baby’s other playthings, Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby helps babies learn in a fun way.

Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby creates a stimulating environment in which your baby creates music; listens to songs, rhymes, and stories; experiments with colors and shapes; and builds language skills. Its ten onscreen activities and related away- from-the-computer activities are carefully designed so that children between 9 and 24 months can grow with the activities. Babies will experience each activity in new ways as they pass through the developmental stages.

Baby Development

Babies change dramatically between their ninth and twenty-fourth months. Nine- month-olds may be just beginning to crawl. Their world is one set firmly in the here-and-now, and they are busy making sense of things around them. By 24 months, babies are moving around in every which way—running, climbing, jumping, pushing, and rolling. These babies have spent time exploring objects for their similarities and differences, and they are now able to classify and sort. They have also learned how to make many things work. And they are talking—many times in short sentences.

Play and Learn

The onscreen activities in Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby provide exciting play experiences and build important skills that babies need for future development. You should sit with your baby on your lap when your child is first learning how to use the computer. The program is designed to allow babies to focus on the activities without having to worry about pinpoint control of the mouse. They can simply move the mouse around the screen, and they don’t need to click to play. The activities are designed to encourage babies to visit and play them over and over again.

The activities in Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby will contribute to your baby’s growth in the following areas:

Mat Says

Language development Auditory discrimination Coordination Kinesthetic development Cause and effect

Peekaboo Bubbles

Language development Tracking Predicting Cause and effect Beginning literacy

Rhyme Time

Language development Kinesthetic development Sound patterns Coordination Cause and effect

Rhyme Time

Language development Kinesthetic development Sound patterns Coordination Cause and effect

My Storybooks

Language development Beginning literacy Cause and effect

Musical Drawers

Auditory discrimination Kinesthetic development Sound patterns Cause and effect Coordination

Mat’s Faces

Language development Cause and effect

Tips for Parents

Shape Slide

Visual discrimination Tracking Matching Cause and effect

Hide-and-Seek Animals

Language development Cause and effect

Discovery House

Language development Cause and effect

Here are some tips to help your baby get the most out of their experience with Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby.

Help your baby develop healthy habits during the first experiences with the computer.

Your baby should sit 16 to 20 inches away from the screen.

Make sure that the volume is not set too high. Young children’s ears are sensitive. In addition, babies should not wear headphones when they are at the computer.

Soft light, rather than bright or fluorescent light, is best.

For children ages 18 to 36 months, limit each computer session to 10 minutes. After computer sessions, children should pursue activities that do not require them to focus their eyes on objects at close range.

Provide your baby with multisensory experiences away from the computer that complement the developmental concepts presented in Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby.

Expose your baby to new environments that engage the different senses—sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch.

Sing songs and act out finger plays with your child. You can print out the words to the Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby songs and sing along with the songs in the program.

Play games such as Simon Says with your baby. Use simple directions such as “Touch your

ears” or “Touch your nose.” Have your child blow bubbles. This develops breath and mouth muscle control helpful for

singing and talking. Put simple puzzles together with your child.

Help your child use blocks to build structures. Stacking blocks develops hand-eye

coordination. Help your baby act out familiar events such as talking on the phone or going to work.

Play clean-up games with your child. While you clean up, ask your child to sort toys by shape, color, or texture.

Read out loud to your baby. Reading out loud to children can foster a lifelong love of learning

and reading. It unlocks the imagination, encourages creativity, and develops vocabulary.

Read to and with your child every day.

Set a good example by reading on your own. Your child will want to imitate your good habits.

GETTING STARTED

Select Playtime for Baby from the TLC Learning Launcher.

Main Menu

To play an activity, click on one of the pictures surrounding Mat, or hold the star cursor over one of the pictures until the points of the star fill in. To exit the program, click on the star in the lower right corner, or move the cursor over the star.

Mat

Program Options Print Pad (POP) Activities Hide-and-Seek Mat Says Animals Discovery Matís Faces House Peekaboo Rhyme
Program Options
Print
Pad (POP)
Activities
Hide-and-Seek
Mat Says
Animals
Discovery
Matís Faces
House
Peekaboo
Rhyme Time
Bubbles
Shape Slide
Kaleidoscope
Symphony
Exit
Musical Drawers
My Storybooks

Using POP

The icon for POP, the Program Options Pad, is the purple character located in the top left corner of the Main Menu. POP contains program information and options. To open POP, press Ctrl+O (Windows) or control+O (Macintosh). To close POP and return to the Main Menu, click on the CLOSE POP button or click on the exit star in the lower right corner of the screen. To choose a button, click on it.

See a matrix of the skills covered in the program by activity and skill category.

Turn the background music off or on.

View the

GETTING STARTED Select Playtime for Baby from the TLC Learning Launcher. Main Menu To play an

Read about

the programís

educational

benefits.

Go to the

Personalization screen.

GETTING STARTED Select Playtime for Baby from the TLC Learning Launcher. Main Menu To play an

Exit the

introductory video.

program.

See a list of the programís creators.

Close POP.

PERSONALIZATION

PERSONALIZATION The Customize button in POP takes you to the Personalization screen, where you can supply

The Customize button in POP takes you to the Personalization screen, where you can supply your baby’s name, a scanned photo of your baby, and a recording of your baby laughing, babbling, or making other sounds. Your baby’s name will be included in My Storybooks, and your baby’s photo and voice will be incorporated into My Storybooks, Peekaboo Bubbles, and Discovery House.

To have your baby’s name appear in the program:

Type your baby’s name in the yellow box. If you are using the program with

more than one child, click on the name of the child currently using the program to have his or her name appear in My Storybooks.

More than 500 popular names in the United States have been prerecorded in the program. If your baby’s name is among these and you type it in, it will appear in My Storybooks. You can check the Appendix of this reference guide to see if your baby’s name has been prerecorded.

To have a scanned photo appear in the program:

  • 1. Scan in a photo as a BMP file (Windows) or a PICT file (Macintosh).

  • 2. Locate the directory in the Directory/File window, and click on the file. The photo will appear in the picture window.

  • 3. Use the framing buttons to frame the part of the picture you would like

to see in the program. You can change the photo whenever you wish. However, only one photo file can be used at any given time.

To record your baby’s voice for use in the program:

  • 1. Click on Record, and encourage your baby to talk into the microphone.

  • 2. Click on Stop when you’re finished recording.

  • 3. Click on Playback to hear what you’ve recorded.

You can rerecord your baby’s voice as often as you like. Any new recording will

replace your previous recording.

PLAYING THE BABY ACTIVITIES

Now you and your baby are ready to start playing the activities and learning together! Each onscreen activity in Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby is accompanied by another activity that you can print and use to help your baby learn away from the computer.

Mat Says Light switch
Mat Says
Light
switch

Content: naming body parts,

following directions

Developmental focus: language development, auditory discrimination, coordination, kinesthetic development, cause and effect

In Mat Says, Mat teaches babies to identify the different parts of the body by touch and name. Each time the baby moves the mouse over a part of Mat’s body, Mat touches that part of her body and invites the baby to follow her lead. Alternatively, the baby can press any key on the keyboard, and Mat will select a part of her body at random.

The baby can also move the mouse over the light switch to turn off the light. The onscreen room will become dark, letting the baby focus on different parts of the body using a “flashlight.” To turn the light back on, move the mouse over the light switch again.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You and your baby can play Mat Says away from the computer. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu. Press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose Mat Says.

Kaleidoscope Symphony

Choose a pattern. Rotate the pattern left or right.
Choose
a pattern.
Rotate the
pattern left
or right.

Content: shapes, colors, music Developmental focus: sound patterns, visual patterns, cause and effect

In Kaleidoscope Symphony, you and your baby can observe mesmerizing patterns, color interactions, and shape interplays while manipulating a giant

onscreen kaleidoscope. Babies will be exposed to diverse musical traditions as they listen to the music that accompanies the six different kaleidoscope patterns. Each time the baby chooses a new kaleidoscope pattern or rotates the pattern, the music changes, and the baby can experience a new visual and aural world.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can turn your baby’s favorite patterns into a mobile. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu. Press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose Kaleidoscope Symphony.

Rhyme Time Choose a song.
Rhyme Time
Choose
a song.

Content: music and songs, names

of body parts Developmental focus: language development, kinesthetic development, sound patterns, coordination, cause and effect

Rhyme Time engages babies with a group of activity songs. Babies use language, music, rhythm, and body movements as they learn about the world around them. Babies can select a song by moving the mouse over the buttons around Mat. Mat will then demonstrate the song’s hand and body movements. Babies can also press any key on the keyboard, and Mat will select a song at random.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

Sing songs to and with your baby. You can print out the song lyrics by going to the Main Menu and pressing Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then

choose Rhyme Time.

My Storybooks

Choose a

storybook.

My Storybooks Choose a storybook. Content: personalized content, food, clothing, simple stories, matching Developmental focus: language

Content: personalized content, food, clothing, simple stories, matching Developmental focus: language development, beginning literacy, cause and effect

Move the mouse over the arrow or click on it to turn the pages. Move the
Move the mouse
over the arrow or
click on it to turn
the pages.
Move the mouse
over a picture or
click on it to see
movements and
Move the mouse
over text or click
on it to hear the
text read aloud.
hear object
names and
sounds.

Four simple, rhyming books encourage babies and parents to read together. The books also introduce early literacy concepts such as telling a story, page turning, and rhyming. If you have provided your baby’s personalization information, your baby’s name, picture, and voice will be incorporated into the stories.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

To print out the storybooks, go to the Main Menu, and press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose My Storybooks, go to the cover of the book you want to print, and click on Print.

Musical Drawers

Open a drawer and see whatís inside. Move the mouse over an object or click on
Open a
drawer and
see whatís
inside.
Move the
mouse over
an object or
click on it to
start or stop
playing the
object.

Content: music, kitchen objects, drawers, musical instruments Developmental focus: auditory discrimination, kinesthetic development, sound patterns, cause and effect, coordination

As child development experts and busy mothers can confirm, babies love to explore drawers! In Musical Drawers, babies can explore the carefully selected contents of two kitchen drawers that come alive with sounds. Each drawer contains four different objects.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can make musical objects from objects in your home. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu. Press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose Musical Drawers.

Peekaboo Bubbles

Move the mouse over a bubble or click on it to pop the bubble and reveal part of the picture.

Peekaboo Bubbles Move the mouse over a bubble or click on it to pop the bubble
Peekaboo Bubbles Move the mouse over a bubble or click on it to pop the bubble

Content: bubbles, familiar scenes, introduction to some letters and numbers Developmental focus: language development, tracking, predicting, cause and effect, beginning literacy

In Peekaboo Bubbles, babies can pop bubbles by moving the mouse over a bubble or by pressing any key on the keyboard. The popped bubbles splatter onto a fence to reveal parts of a picture. When the picture is completely revealed, babies will see an animation that incorporates a letter or number.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can create your own Peekaboo Bubbles coloring book. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu. Press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose Peekaboo Bubbles.

Mat’s Faces

Peekaboo Bubbles Move the mouse over a bubble or click on it to pop the bubble

Move the mouse over a facial expression or click on it to change how Mat feels.

Peekaboo Bubbles Move the mouse over a bubble or click on it to pop the bubble

Content: states of being Developmental focus: language development, cause and effect

Babies love to observe people—especially other babies—up close. Interpreting facial expressions is one of their biggest clues to understanding the world and people around them. In Mat’s Faces, babies will delight in controlling another character’s actions and feelings, over and over again. They will also learn the words that describe each facial expression. This activity lets babies explore how people’s faces express how they feel. It also helps babies develop solid language skills.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can play a guessing game with your baby using stickers. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu and press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose Matís Faces.

Shape Slide

Shape Slide Content: shapes, colors, patterns Developmental focus: visual discrimination, tracking, matching, cause and effect The

Content: shapes, colors, patterns Developmental focus: visual discrimination, tracking, matching, cause and effect

The Shape Slide activity combines the best of shape-fitter toys and pinball games. Babies place a shape into the correct hole. Then they watch it slide and whirl down one of several different pinball tracks.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can create a shape bowling alley game to play away from the computer. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu and press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose Shape Slide.

Hide-and-Seek Animals

Move the mouse over a partially hidden animal or click on it to see the animal come out of hiding.

Shape Slide Content: shapes, colors, patterns Developmental focus: visual discrimination, tracking, matching, cause and effect The
Shape Slide Content: shapes, colors, patterns Developmental focus: visual discrimination, tracking, matching, cause and effect The

Content: animal names and sounds Developmental focus: language development, cause and effect

Babies will love to find, identify, and imitate animals in Hide-and-Seek Animals. Help your baby find partially hidden animals. Then move the mouse over the animal or click on it, and watch it pop out. Babies will learn the name of each animal and the sound that it makes.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can make a hide-and-seek toy using stickers of the activity animals. Go to the Main Menu, and press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh).

Then choose Hide-and-Seek Animals.

Discovery House Move the mouse over doors and windows or click on them to make them
Discovery House
Move the
mouse over
doors and
windows
or click
on them
to make
them open
and close.

Content: familiar people and objects Developmental focus: language development, cause and effect

In Discovery House, babies discover what is behind the windows and door of a fanciful, nursery-rhyme house. Babies can open and close doors and windows by moving the mouse over them. They can also press any key on the keyboard to open a door or window at random. This activity builds on babies’ fascination with opening and closing things.

AWAY-FROM-THE-COMPUTER ACTIVITY

You can create your own Discovery House. For instructions and materials, go to the Main Menu. Press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). Then choose

Discovery House.

Print Activities

Discovery House Move the mouse over doors and windows or click on them to make them

Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby provides away-from-the-computer print activities that correspond to every onscreen activity. These paper-based activities extend the social and learning experience begun at the computer, and they provide more opportunities for babies to experience the program content. The activities include suggestions to parents about how to continue the play experience away from the computer, along with stickers that can be pasted onto play objects, and activity sheets.

To reach these activities, go to the Main Menu, and press Ctrl+P (Windows) or control+P (Macintosh). For more information about the print activities that correspond to each program activity, see the activity descriptions on the previous pages.

Dreamship Tales™ CD!

The Dreamship Tales CD features 104 printable activities for children in Preschool through 2nd Grade. These activities can be done away from the computer as your child grows in his or her learning adventure. The CD also offers additional Reader Rabbit games to play, and music videos to watch. These songs from the adventures of Reader Rabbit and friends can also be played on an audio CD player.

Dreamship Tales ™ CD! The Dreamship Tales CD features 104 printable activities for children in Preschool

Click here to watch music videos!

Dreamship Tales ™ CD! The Dreamship Tales CD features 104 printable activities for children in Preschool

Click here to print activities to do away from the computer!

Click here to play additional activities!

Dreamship Tales ™ CD! The Dreamship Tales CD features 104 printable activities for children in Preschool

Click on a song to watch a music video!

Dreamship Tales ™ CD! The Dreamship Tales CD features 104 printable activities for children in Preschool

Choose a group of printable activities themed to each adventure!

Choose a game activity to play from each adventure. ACCESSING THE SONGS ON THE DREAMSHIP TALES

Choose a game activity to play from each adventure.

ACCESSING THE SONGS ON THE DREAMSHIP

TALES CD

The songs on the Dreamship Tales™ CD can be played on an audio CD player or on a computer. It may be necessary to advance the CD to Track 2 if the audio CD player does not do so automatically.

To play the songs on a computer:

WINDOWS ®

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Click the Start button. Then choose Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, and CD Player in that order.

  • 3. At the CD Player, click Play.

MACINTOSH ®

  • 1. Insert the program CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  • 2. Choose the Apple CDAudio Player in the Apple menu if it is not already visible.

  • 3. At the CD Player, click Play.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Try this first! If you have problems running the program, try cleaning the CD. Gently remove any fingerprints and dust using a clean, soft, lint-free cloth dampened with water or a CD-cleaning solution. Avoid using materials such as tissue, which may scratch the CD.

WINDOWS ®

  • 1. The Reader Rabbit Toddler program icon does not appear on the desktop or in the Start menu.

Reinstall the program.

  • 2. You see a message that there is not enough available space on the hard disk. Reader Rabbit Toddler requires 100 MB of available hard disk space for the program’s data and executable files.

Remove unused files from your hard drive after backing them up. (See your Windows documentation.)

  • 3. You see a message that there is not enough memory to run the program. Reader Rabbit Toddler needs at least 32 MB of installed memory (RAM) to run. Your computer’s memory may be filled with other programs that are running in the background.

Close any other applications that are running, and try starting the program again.

  • 4. The mouse doesn’t seem to work. There are times in the program when the animation or sound cannot be interrupted.

Wait until the animation or sound stops. Then try pressing the keys or

clicking the mouse again. Make sure that the mouse is properly connected to the computer.

  • 5. Program speed is very slow. Reader Rabbit Toddler needs at least a Pentium 166 MHz computer with an 8X CD-ROM drive for basic performance.

Close any other applications that are running.

Make sure that you have the latest Windows video drivers for your graphics card. (Contact the video card manufacturer to obtain the latest drivers.)

  • 6. You do not hear music, sound, or speech.

Check that the speakers are properly connected to your computer. Make

sure they are getting power and are turned on, and that the volume is turned up. Make sure that your sound card is DirectSound compatible and is

properly installed for Windows. Make sure that the sound card is specifically designed to work with Windows 95/98/NT/2000. Also check that the volume is properly set. (See the manufacturer’s documentation for additional information relating to your sound card.) Make sure the mixer level setting is correct. Click on the Start button and choose Programs. Next choose Accessories. Then choose Multimedia (Windows 95) or Entertainment (Windows 98), and choose Volume Control. Make sure that the sliders on the mixer control panel are all the way up and that no mute buttons are selected.

  • 7. Strange graphics appear; the game action stops unexpectedly.

Try using the 800 x 600 16-bit color display mode driver that came with

your video card. (See your Windows documentation for more information.) Make sure you have the latest Windows video drivers installed. (Contact your video card manufacturer for more information.)

  • 8. Colors don’t look right.

Adjust your monitor’s color and brightness.

Make sure the color display is set to 16-bit color.

Turn off your screensaver.

Close any other applications that are running.

Make sure you have the latest graphics drivers installed. (Contact your video card manufacturer for more information.)

  • 9. The program window seems small. The program window may not fill the entire screen. For maximum window size, make sure the display mode is set to 800 x 600. (See your Windows documentation for information.)

    • 10. Nothing prints. Make sure the printer is plugged in and switched on. • Check the indicator light on the printer to be sure the printer is “online” or “selected.” • Make sure the printer cables are connected tightly. Make sure you have selected at least one print item from the Printing area. Where applicable, make sure you have selected either Colored In or

Outlined.

  • 11. The printer displays an “out of memory” message.

Turn off or remove from your System Folder all non-Apple control panels

and extensions. (Leave your CD-ROM drivers installed.) Then restart your computer. Make sure the printer cables are connected tightly.

Make sure your printer has at least 1 MB of memory.

  • 12. You are not able to connect to our online Web site. This feature requires a browser. • Make sure that you have a browser properly installed.

MACINTOSH

  • 1. You do not see the Reader Rabbit Playtime for Baby or the Reader Rabbit Toddler program icons.

Make sure the CD is inserted in the CD tray, printed side up.

Try restarting your computer.

Make sure that the CD-ROM drivers are correctly installed.

  • 2. You see a message that there is not enough available space on the hard disk. Reader Rabbit Toddler requires 100 MB of hard disk space for the program’s data files. •

Remove some files after backing them up.

  • 3. You see a message telling you that there is not enough memory to run the program. Reader Rabbit Toddler requires 32 MB of installed memory (RAM) to run. Try to increase available memory, and then start the program again. Quit any programs that you may be running. • Turn off or remove from your System Folder all non-Apple ® control panels and extensions. (Leave your CD-ROM extensions.) Then restart your computer. • Reduce the size of the disk cache in the Memory control panel. (See your Macintosh documentation for more information.) Turn off AppleTalk. Turn Virtual Memory on, and then restart your computer.

  • 4. The mouse doesn’t seem to work. There are times in the program when the animation or sound cannot be interrupted. • Wait until the animation or sound stops. Then try pressing the keys or clicking the mouse again. • Make sure that the mouse is properly connected to the computer.

  • 5. The music and voice in the game are too loud or too soft.

Choose Sound from Control Panels. Adjust the system’s speaker volume as needed by selecting the Volumes setting.

  • 6. You do not hear music, sound, or speech.

Make sure that the Volumes setting in the Sound control panel is not set to

  • 7. Nothing prints.

zero. (See your Macintosh documentation for more information.) If you have external speakers, make sure they are turned on and getting

power, and that they are properly connected to your computer.

Make sure the printer is plugged in and switched on.

Check the indicator light on the printer to be sure the printer is “online” or “selected.”

Check that the system settings on the Print menu match the printer and printer port

of your system. Make sure you have selected at least one print item from the Printing option.

  • 8. The printer displays an “out of memory” message.

Make sure your printer has at least 1 MB of memory.

CONTACTING THE LEARNING COMPANY

If you have questions about your Reader Rabbit Toddler program, please refer to the Troubleshooting section. If you do not find an answer to your question, visit our Web site at: http://www.riverdeep.net/ learningcompany/support. Click Product Support. Select the product name from the alphabetical list and check to see if the problem you are experiencing is listed among the FAQs. If you need to speak to a technical support representative, click Contact Us and scroll down to the Technical Support area for the appropriate number.

You may be asked to provide the following information:

Your contact information (name and email address, plus phone or mailing address if you wish)

Description of the problem you’re having

Product name and version number (The version number is often printed on the CD label.)

Brand of computer

Operating system (for example, Windows 98 or Mac ® OS 8.6)

Processor type and speed

RAM memory (in MB or megabytes)

Video card manufacturer

Sound card manufacturer

Printer type

Hard disk space remaining

Background programs (antivirus programs or screensavers)

Customer Support SMILES GUARANTEED!

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Appendix

This list contains more than 500 popular children’s names in the United States. Some names appear with several variations in spelling. All of these names have been recorded for use in Reader Rabbit Toddler and Playtime for Baby. If your baby’s name is on this list and you type it in the yellow box on the Personalization screen, your baby’s name will appear and will be spoken in each of the four books in the My Storybooks activity.

Aaron

Abigail

Abigal

Adam

Adina

Adrian

Aki

Al

Alan

Albert

Alec

Alejandro

Alex

Alexander

Alexandra

Alexandria

Alexis

Alice

Alicia

Alison

Allen

Allison

Allyson

Alyson

Alyssa

Amanda

Amber

Amy

Andrea

Andrew

Andy

Angela

Ann

Anna

Anne

Annette

Anthony

Antonio

Arlene

Arthur

Asha

Ashley

Carol

Courtney

Aspen

Carole

Craig

Austin

Caroline

Crystal

Barbara

Carolyn

Cuong

Barbie

Carrie

Cyndie

Barry

Cary

Cynthia

Benjamin

Caryn

Daisy

Bernard

Casey

Dakota

Beth

Cassandra

Dale

Betty

Catherine

Dalton

Beverly

Cathie

Dan

Bill

Cathy

Dana

Blake

Celeste

Daniel

Bob

Chad

Danielle

Bobby

Charles

Darin

Bradley

Charlotte

Darla

Brandon

Chelsea

Darlene

Breanna

Cheri

Darrell

Brent

Cheryl

Darren

Brett

Cheyenne

Daryl

Brevan

Chloe

Dave

Brian

Chris

David

Briana

Christa

Dean

Brianna

Christian

Deanna

Bridgette

Christina

Debbie

Brittany

Christine

Deborah

Brittney

Christopher

Dee

Brooke

Chuck

Deirdre

Bruce

Cindy

Dennis

Bryan

Claire

Derek

Caitlin

Clarence

Derrick

Caleb

Claudia

Destiny

Calista

Clay

Devin

Calvin

Clyde

Diana

Cameron

Cody

Diane

Canaan

Cole

Dominique

Candice

Colin

Donna

Candy

Colleen

Dorothy

Carey

Connie

Doug

Carla

Connor

Douglas

Carlos

Corey

Duane

Greg

Joe

Kristin

Dustin

Gregory

John

Kristine

Dylan

Gustavo

Jon

Kristofer

Ed

Gwendolyn

Jonathan

Kyle

Edward

Gwyneth

Jordan

Kyra

Eileen

Hailey

Jorge

Lane

Elizabeth

Haley

Jose

Laura

Ellen

Hannah

Joseph

Laurel

Elliott

Harris

Joshua

Lauren

Emily

Heather

Josiah

Laurie

Emma

Herbert

Joy

Lawrence

Eric

Holly

Joyce

Layla

Erica

Hunter

Juan

Leah

Erik

Ian

Judith

Leila

Erika

Isabel

Judy

Leona

Erin

Isabella

Julene

Lesley

Ethan

Ivan

Julia

Leslie

Eugene

Jack

Julie

Lillian

Eva

Jacob

Julio

Linda

Evan

Jacqueline

Jun

Lindsey

Eve

Jake

June

Lisa

Fedora

James

Justin

Logan

Felicity

Jamie

Kaile

Lori

Fox

Jana

Kaitlin

Louis

Frances

Jane

Kaitlyn

Lucas

Francis

Janet

Kara

Luis

Frank

Janette

Karen

Luke

Fred

Janice

Kari

Lynn

Gabriel

Jared

Karin

Mackenzie

Gabriela

Jasmine

Karla

Madeline

Gabriella

Jason

Kate

Madison

Gail

Jean

Katelyn

Maile

Garreth

Jeffery

Katherine

Marc

Garrett

Jeffrey

Kathie

Marcia

Garth

Jenna

Kathryn

Marco

Gary

Jennifer

Kathy

Marcus

Gatt

Jeremy

Katie

Margaret

Gene

Jeri

Katrina

Maria

Genevieve

Jerry

Kayla

Mariah

Geoffrey

Jesse

Keagan

Marian

George

Jessica

Kelly

Mariko

Georgina

Jessie

Kelsey

Marissa

Geri

Jesus

Ken

Mark

Gerry

Jill

Kenda

Marla

Gib

Jim

Kenneth

Marsha

Gibson

Jimmy

Kenny

Mary

Gina

Joan

Kerry

Mason

Glades

Joann

Kevin

Matthew

Glen

Joanne

Kimberly

Mattie

Glenn

Jocelyn

Kirk

Max

Glynis

Jodi

Kirsten

May

Grace

Jodie

Kris

Megan

Grant

Jody

Kristen

Mei

Melissa

Mertis

Michael

Michele

Michelle

Midori

Miguel

Mikaela

Mike

Mildred

Milton

Mindy

Miranda

Mitchell

Molly

Monica

Morgan

Nancy

Naomi

Natalie

Nathan

Nathaniel

Neal

Nelson

Nicholas

Nick

Nicki

Nicole

Nolan

Noreen

Novine

Olivia

Owen

Paige

Pam

Pamela

Pat

Patricia

Patrick

Paul

Paula

Pauline

Pete

Peter

Phil

Philip

Phoebe

Rachel

Raquel

Raymond

Rebecca

Richard

Rina

Rob

Robert

Robin

Robyn

Ron

Ronald

Rupert

Ryan

Sabrina

Sajid

Sally

Sam

Samantha

Samuel

Sandra

Sandy

Sanjay

Sara

Sarah

Savannah

Scott

Sean

Seth

Shane

Shannon

Sharon

Shawn

Sheila

Shelby

Sheri

Sherry

Sheryl

Shirley

Sierra

Silvia

Solveig

Sophia

Spencer

Stacey

Stacie

Stacy

Stanley

Stephan

Stephanie

Stephen

Steve

Steven

Susan

Sydney

Tala

Tanner

Taylor

Terri

Terry

Thea

Thomas

Tiffany

Tim

Timothy

Toby

Todd

Toni

Tony

Tracey

Tracie

Tracy

Travis

Trevor

Tyler

Usa

Van

Vanessa

Vickie

Vicky

Victor

Victoria

Vincent

Virginia

Wallace

Warren

Wendell

Wendy

Wesley

William

Willie

Yamini

Yolanda

Yuki

Zach

Zachary

Zoe