Title: The Greatest Childrens Stories Ever Told
Overall Rating: C
Source: Queue, Inc. and Clearvue, Inc
Playing Time: Teachers decides
Date: 1993
Cost: $ I was not able to find a price, due to insufficiant information
Number of Players: 1(class presented)
Special Equipment/Facilities Needed: Computer, overhead device.
Subject Area: Reading comprehension
Objectives: Tell stories and then to see what the students have learned from the story
Brief Description: There are many stories. Each story has questions during the story about what has just been read. The stories are read to the viewer.
Entry Capabilities Required: Reading level of about 2nd-3rd grade

Rating: (1-5)

Strong Points: Clear voice for reading of stories, and vibrant colors.
Weak Points: I found it very dry. There were good pictures, but the reading was so mathodical and ordinary that a child focus would start to wonder after the first few pages.
Reviewer: Andrew Martin
Position: Student
Date: Sept 23, 1998
Computer System Reviewed on: Macintosh PowerPC 6500/250, 32mb ram.