Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Cooking Club

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Cooking Club

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Cooking Club Feature

  • A fun new Dora the Explorer gameplay experience perfect for both pre-school age girls and boys
  • Prepare favorite foods such as enchiladas, pizza, yogurt and berry fruit fiestas and more
  • Chop, measure, stir and sprinkle in over 30 cooking games
  • Features Pre-K and Kindergarten math based curriculum: numbers, counting, shapes, patterns and measurement
  • Game will track the player’s progress and allow parents to check their child’s advancement

[if It's time to get cooking as Dora helps the Cooling Club get ready for the Favorite Foods Festival. Use math, matching, and of course super cooking skills to follow recipes and create a variety of delicious dishes.]

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Cooking Club Overview

It’s time to get cooking as Dora helps the Cooling Club get ready for the Favorite Foods Festival. Use math, matching, and of course super cooking skills to follow recipes and create a variety of delicious dishes.

Dora’s Cooking Club is a cooking simulation game for Nintendo DS and DSi that utilizes the popular characters and situations of Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer franchise to introduce your child to basic math concepts. The first handheld video game title to incorporate pre-K and Kindergarten math curriculum into its gameplay, Dora’s Cooking Club contains a fun and entertaining storyline suitable for both girls and boys, more than 30 cooking mini-games, game tracking functionality that allows parents to check their child’s progress, pick up and play DS stylus gameplay mechanics, and more.

Dora's Cooking Club game logo
Missing ingredient game that builds pattern recognition skills from Dora's Cooking Club
The fun way to build Pre-K math skills.
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Dora’s Recipe for Success

The Nickelodeon cable network’s Dora Marquez is back in a whole new Nintendo DS gameplay experience, and this time she and her pal Boots the Monkey will be exploring the kitchen. It’s time to get cooking as you and Dora help the Cooking Club get ready for the Favorite Foods Festival, with a little help from Dora’s family and friends. Consisting of more than 30 DS stylus driven food preparation mini-games, young players use math, matching, and of course your super cooking skills to follow the recipes and create a variety of delicious dishes.

Key Game Features

  • Prepare favorite foods such as enchiladas, pizza, yogurt and berry fruit fiestas and more
  • Chop, measure, stir and sprinkle in over 30 cooking games
  • Features Pre-K and Kindergarten math based curriculum: numbers, counting, shapes, patterns and measurement
  • Game will track the player’s progress and allow parents to check their child’s advancement
  • A fun new Dora the Explorer gameplay experience perfect for both pre-school age girls and boys

Additional Screenshots

Measuring cup game that teaches basic fractions from Dora's Cooking Club
Fun with fractions.
View larger.
Stirring mini-game Dora's Cooking Club
Player progress tracking.
View larger.
Slicing mini-game from Dora's Cooking Club
More than 30 mini-games.
View larger.
Pizza toss via DS stylus from Dora's Cooking Club
DS stylus driven gameplay.
View larger.

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Cooking Club Specifications

Dora’s Cooking Club is a cooking simulation game for Nintendo DS and DSi that utilizes the popular characters and situations of Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer franchise to introduce your child to basic math concepts. The first handheld video game title to incorporate pre-K and Kindergarten math curriculum into its gameplay, Dora’s Cooking Club contains a fun and entertaining storyline suitable for both girls and boys, more than 30 cooking mini-games, game tracking functionality that allows parents to check their child’s progress, pick up and play DS stylus gameplay mechanics, and more.

Dora's Cooking Club game logo
Missing ingredient game that builds pattern recognition skills from Dora's Cooking Club
The fun way to build Pre-K math skills.
View larger.

Dora’s Recipe for Success

The Nickelodeon cable network’s Dora Marquez is back in a whole new Nintendo DS gameplay experience, and this time she and her pal Boots the Monkey will be exploring the kitchen. It’s time to get cooking as you and Dora help the Cooking Club get ready for the Favorite Foods Festival, with a little help from Dora’s family and friends. Consisting of more than 30 DS stylus driven food preparation mini-games, young players use math, matching, and of course your super cooking skills to follow the recipes and create a variety of delicious dishes.

Key Game Features

  • Prepare favorite foods such as enchiladas, pizza, yogurt and berry fruit fiestas and more
  • Chop, measure, stir and sprinkle in over 30 cooking games
  • Features Pre-K and Kindergarten math based curriculum: numbers, counting, shapes, patterns and measurement
  • Game will track the player’s progress and allow parents to check their child’s advancement
  • A fun new Dora the Explorer gameplay experience perfect for both pre-school age girls and boys

Additional Screenshots

Measuring cup game that teaches basic fractions from Dora's Cooking Club
Fun with fractions.
View larger.
Stirring mini-game Dora's Cooking Club
Player progress tracking.
View larger.
Slicing mini-game from Dora's Cooking Club
More than 30 mini-games.
View larger.
Pizza toss via DS stylus from Dora's Cooking Club
DS stylus driven gameplay.
View larger.

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