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Sesame Street Elmos Musical Monsterpiece

GAME NAME
Sesame Street
Elmos Musical Monsterpiece
LANGUAGE
Multi
RELEASE DATE
2012
GENRE
Music

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Sesame Street Elmos Musical Monsterpiece – Download Free Wii Game

 

Create a musical monsterpiece with Elmo and his Sesame Street friends.
Play instruments, explore music and dance with Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Count von Count and the honkers as they travel through a music-themed land of wonder!
Features
– Learn about different styles of music as well as intrument and sound indentifaction.
– Dance to various rhythyms and beats using simple Wii movments.
– Use a second Wii remote to drop-in and assist when needed.
– Monitor your child’s gameplay with the Parents Page tracking.
– Game difficulty adapts to your child’s level.

Sesame Street: Elmo’s Musical Monsterpiece uses the Sesame Street early childhood development curriculum in 18 minigames that focus on music creation, movement and dance, learning about instruments and the sounds they make, as well as musical patterns, musical concepts (i.e. pitch and tempo) and notation.

This game for the Wii is also available on the Nintendo DS, but we chose to review the Wii version because of its emphasis on being physical. By playing the game, kids will jump, dance and move their arms in a variety of ways.
Sesame Street: Elmo’s Musical Monsterpiece is a new game for the Nintendo Wii and DS that kids will be able to rock out with their favorite Sesame Street characters, engaging in activities that promote musical creativity and dancing. The game also manages to throw in a few activities designed to foster development of math skills through connections between math and music. The in-game music comes from eclectic Los Angeles band Ozomatli, who use a wide range of styles in their music – ideal for kids who need a lot of variety. Ozomatli is also no stranger to lending their work to the video game world, with songs featured in many prominent sports games, so their work should feel natural on these new Nintendo Wii and DS games. The game is simple enough for toddlers to play without too much help, but there is plenty of room for parents to get involved and get in some playtime with their kids.

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