Counting World (Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers)

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Counting World
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First appearance Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers (1994)

Counting World is a location in Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers. It is one of the islands in the game and is represented by two hands with the numbers 1-10 sprawled across the fingers.

Sub-worlds[edit]

There are two sub-worlds within: Mario's Bedroom and Mario's Kitchen.

Mario's Bedroom[edit]

Looks a bit big.

Unlike other worlds, there is no traditional learning activity and as such, the room is more suited to discovery. Mario stands inside his bedroom while the player counts items within. Said room contains these selectable items:

  • A drawer containing a coat with Five buttons and Four pockets
  • Another drawer containing seven multicolored socks.
  • A Toy box containing six toys. (A rubber duck, a top, a ball, a fire truck, a teddy bear and a pony.)
  • Eight Shoes. (4 Pairs)

Mario himself is used for the numbers ten (fingers, toes), one (mouth, nose) and two (legs, eyes). Despite this being an educational tool for preschoolers to learn how to count, there are no selectable items for the numbers three or nine.

Mario's Kitchen[edit]

Looks a bit small.

Again, there is no traditional learning activity involved and as such, the room is more suited to discovery. Mario stands inside his kitchen while the player counts items within. Said room contains these selectable items:

  • A drawer with three spoons.
  • A cupboard with three cups.
  • A fruit bowl containing six fruits. (Two Apples, a Banana, some grapes, an orange and a tangerine.)
  • A cookie Jar with seven chocolate-chip cookies.
  • A plate rack with five different colored plates.
  • A fridge with eight fruits and vegetables. (An eggplant, some celery, a carrot, a squash, a tomato, a beet, a pepper and a slice of watermelon.)
  • A freezer with four popsicles.
  • A standard twelve-hour clock.

Despite this being an educational tool for preschoolers to learn how to count, there are no selectable items for the numbers one, nine or ten. This is also the only island that counts up to twelve.