TheÃ‚ Mickey Mote debuted on November 16thÃ‚ with the release of Disney’s new Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Number Roundup and Handy Manny: Big Construction Job DVDs. Parents and their preschoolers will discover a whole new way to watch and play their favorite Disney preschool DVDs, with the Mickey Mote. This one-of-a-kind, kid’s remote control, from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is a child-friendly hand held remote control, shaped like Mickey ears, that will take children’s viewing experience to a whole new level by providing an engaging interaction with their favorite Disney characters.Ã‚ Ã‚ With multiple levels of play, the new Mickey Mote will provide hours of fun, engaging and challenging adventures for kids age 2-5.
The Mickey Mote works with any Disney Preschool DVD that includes Discovery Mode, the interactive “Watch & Play” feature on the DVD. All parents have to do is program the remote control – there’s an easy and quick set-up guide in each DVD- and select the Discovery Mode feature on the menu screen.Ã‚ Ã‚ Within minutes, kids will be easily responding to questions, throughout the story, about scenes they just watched by pressing one of four color-coded buttons on the device.Ã‚ Ã‚ Discovery Mode features include two levels of play, which provides more challenging questions as the child grows.
Along with Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Number Roundup and Handy Manny: Big Construction Job, the Mickey Mote can be used with the following DVDs:
The Mickey Mote is easy to use and creates even more fun that just watching a Disney Preschool DVD. I never though that was even possible! Start loading up on your collection of DVDs but be sure to start with the Mickey’s Number Roundup or the Big Construction Job since both include the Mickey Mote. Both are available for $23.49 each on Amazon or buy them together for only $38.98.
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