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Make Learning Fun with Xbox 360

The ultimate Holiday Bundle this holiday season for the whole family to enjoy

Published on LatinoLA: December 14, 2011


Make Learning Fun with Xbox 360


This year is all about Xbox and Kinect and what better way to spend the holidays with your family? With Xbox and Kinect featuring voice commands you can find different ways to connect with your loved ones during the rainy days and also help your children learn their ABC's or 123's.

Xbox Holiday Information:
ÔÇó Kinect for Kids
You can adopt a puppy and your kids explore the wonders of nature as a bear, invites children to learn the alphabet and 123 with Elmo, or even find Disneyland Park with his own hands.

ÔÇó Disneyland Adventures: Invite your children of all ages to experience the worlds of beloved Disney Pixar movies like never before. Using Kinect, kids can scan themselves into five Pixar worlds to team up with their favorite characters from "The Incredibles," "Ratatouille," "Up," "Toy Story 3" and "Cars 2" in a race against time to solve exciting challenges.

ÔÇó Sesame Street Production: Encourage the kiddos and make learning fun with Sesame Street production, bringing a whole new level of interactivity to educational television with "Kinect Sesame Street TV." With interactive versions of shows from the current television season, new content written and filmed just for Kinect and access to classic clips from the "Sesame Street" archive, "Kinect Sesame Street TV" is bringing educational television to life.

ÔÇó Xbox 360 Kinect Holiday Package
For a limited time Xbox 360 is offering the "Holiday bundle" for only $149.99 that includes an Xbox Kinect sensor and three Gunstringer family games, Kinect Adventures Fruit Ninja.

For more information about:
ÔÇó Holiday Package Kinect visit: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/Xbox360/Accessories/Kinect/Kinect-Holiday-Bundle





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