Mia is a pretty good hockey player, but she’s tired of skating in her brothers’ shadows and has decided to pursue her passion for figure skating instead. Does she have what it takes to grow and compete as a figure skater?
When a new coach arrives to take over the Lucerne Skate Club, Mia finds herself gently pushed to excel by the coach while she navigates the trials of everyday life. Can she stay true to her heart and follow her own path? Help Mia prepare for her solo at the Winter Show by choosing a costume, picking the music, and designing the routine. Interact with other people in town and learn what it takes to win and lose with grace.
Help Mia prepare for her solo appearance at the Winter Show! Complete a list of tasks, including choosing a costume, designing and practicing a skating program, and selecting music for her performance.
Helpful Hints! Use the library book on skating as a reference to assemble a second skating program for Regionals.
Use the Program Builder to design practice routines for Mia, then help her practice and execute them.
No Guts, No Glory! Guide Mia as she meets people, resolves problems, and prepares to take on two skating challenges: the Lucerne’s Winter Show and the competitive Regionals.
Challenge your skill and artistic talent with two strategy-based mini-games: Rink Sweep and Snowflakes.
Parents need to know that this is a computer game based on an American Girl Doll. While the game play is easy enough for girls as young as 6, and the conversational prompts, once selected, are spoken aloud, you must be able to read to select them. Keep in mind your child’s ability to read the dialogue in deciding her readiness to play this game. Mia St. Clair is a good role model for little girls because she is willing to work hard for a goal, take on a job to help her family’s finances, and be nice to a girl who initially isn’t nice to her.
OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8
CPU: 2.8 GHz
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Drive: 490 MB