I’m looking for old CD ROM games that I played when I was little…?

I’m trying to find two CD ROM games that I played when I was little. I can’t remember the exact titles or the box lids of either. I will have played them in the years 2001, 2002, and 2003, possibly one a little later than ’03 as well.
The first was a Noddy game by the BBC. It was definitely a BBC game because I remember the old logo appearing at the start of the game. I’m not sure if there was a story to it but I assume it’s a learning game, I’m pretty sure it had a screen at the beginning where you selected your skill level. If it helps I remember part of the story, I think near the end, being a game where you had to fire cream pies at the elf-like char actors (the baddies, basically.)
The second game I think is a lot less well-known. I think it was some sort of camping/exploring trip that you took with an animal character as your guide, who you could choose at the beginning of the game. I can’t remember much of the game itself, but I remember a couple of the mini-game type things. One was where you had to collect different coloured berries from a bush, then enter a cave and used them for painting on one of it’s walls. Also in the cave I think it talked about the difference between stalactites and stalagmites. And one part you could find a fossil of a fish, I think next to a river, I’m not sure, and your guide would explain what a fossil was to you. And I think I remember a scene where it had a big night sky above a forest, and I assume it taught you about constellations, but I’m not too sure.
I know it’s hazy, but it’s worth a try. If there’s anything that you think they could be, let me know or leave a link. Or leave a link to a site that has a lot of old CD ROM games to find on it.
Thanks in advance,
A 14 year old, trying to bring back a piece of her childhood.

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