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Thinkin' Science

Thinkin' Science is a science tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive and learning disabilities. Five environments introduce students to the scientific methods and concepts needed to understand basic Earth, life, and physical sciences. Students learn to think like scientists as they solve problems using hypothesis, experimentation, observation, and deduction. The program covers major topics in Kindergarten to second grade science curriculums with hundreds of problems. A vari

Visual Voice Tools

Visual Voice Tools is a speech training program designed for use by individuals with speech disabilities. It is a collection of seven tools that help users develop multiple aspects of voice control, starting with simple sound awareness. The program provides visual and auditory feedback to help users learn and practice fine control of pitch, loudness, voicing, and breath control for phonation. Activities include: Sound Presence (make sounds to see a dog wake up and move); Loudness Range (make a l

Thinkin' Science Zap!

Thinkin' Science ZAP! is a science tutorial program designed for use by students with cognitive and learning disabilities. Working with laser beams, electrical circuits, and "visible" sound waves, students practice valuable thinking skills while experimenting within a scientifically accurate environment. Skills developed include observation, prediction, deductive reasoning, conceptual modeling, theory building, and hypothesis testing. The program features Virtual Manipulatives that provide hands

Touchfree Switch

The TouchFree Switch is a mouse emulator designed for use by children and adults with upper extremity disabilities. This device pairs a digital video camera with easy-to-use switch software to enable a designated body movement to trigger a mouse click without having to touch the device or apply pressure. The digital camera can be tailored to recognize almost any movement as a mouse click and it can be positioned wherever needed to detect the motion; for instance, it can be placed on the monitor

Thinkin' Things Frippletown

Thinkin' Things FrippleTown is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive and motor disabilities. As users discover the Fripples and the town they call home, they participate in four activities to develop problem-solving skills. In the Fripple Delivery Van, students take charge of a delivery van as they develop spatial skills while delivering packages to Fripples around town. In this three-dimensional environment, they discover multiple ways to solve problems

Travel The World With Timmy! Deluxe

Travel the World with Timmy is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with upper extremity and learning disabilities. This program enables users to compare the similarities and differences of cultures through numbers and counting, words and stories, songs and games, arts and crafts, and languages as they travel to Japan, Kenya, Russia, France, and Argentina. Special features include access to "Timmy's Dictionary" from anywhere in the program to see and hear words spoken in diff

Let's Go Read! An Island Adventure

Let's Go Read! An Island Adventure is a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and other cognitive disabilities and physical disabilities. This program incorporates speech recognition software to enable students to direct computer actions using their voices. They can also listen to their own voices as they read the 12 interactive books incorporated into the program. This comprehensive program for beginning readers uses both phonics and whole language concepts, off

Edmark Time Telling

Time Telling is a time management training system and time skills tutorial program designed to incrementally build skills for people who do not yet know how to tell time. The program uses behavior modification and programmed learning to teach users to read a standard or digital clock and to say and write the correct time. It carefully sequences time-telling skills that students can master to the level of the minute. The skills necessary for reading a clock are divided into small steps, and syste

Touchwindow

The TouchWindow is a touch screen designed to provide computer access for individuals who are unable to use a mouse or who have cognitive or learning disabilities. When this touch screen is connected to a computer, touching an on-screen object or word with a finger or stylus will generate input to the computer. This enables users to concentrate on the learning task because there are no intermediate steps or devices to interfere with their attention. Selection of commands, composition of graphics

Edmark Reading Program, Software Levels 1 & 2

The Edmark Reading Program, Software Level 1 & 2 is the software version of a highly repetitive sight word approach for first grade students with learning or developmental disabilities. The student uses a keyboard, joystick or TouchWindow (see separate entry) to make selections. The student must be able to point, say or sign back a response, and have enough receptive language to understand the cues. The program teaches 350 words chosen from the Dolch Word List and basal readers, as well as "

The Sentence Master: Program For Success In Reading Level 1

Sentence Master: A Program for Success in Reading Level 1 is a language and reading tutorial program designed to increase reading comprehension, foster independent reading and facilitate classroom inclusion for children and adults with language learning, developmental, or hearing disabilities, or autism. This program is useful for teaching reading skills to students who have difficulty with phonics or oral language, or who have impulsive learning styles and for teaching English as a second langu

Imagination Express Destination: Time Trip, Usa

Imagination Express Destination: Time Trip, USA is a reading tutorial, story writing, and language tutorial program designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities. Using the theme of the development of the United States throughout its history, users can create print and interactive electronic books, poetry, and essays as well as movies. Complete with music, sound effects, and historically accurate Main Street, Neighborhood, and indoor backgrounds from 1640, 1776, 1

Imagination Express Destination: Pyramids

Destination: Pyramids is a reading tutorial, story writing, and language tutorial program designed for use by children with physical, cognitive, or visual disabilities. Using the theme of the life along the ancient Nile, users can create print and interactive electronic books, poetry, and essays as well as movies. Complete with music, sound effects, and historically accurate indoor and outdoor Pyramid Temple and Valley Temple backgrounds, the Sphinx, Pharaoh's garden and palace, the flooded Nile

Name Writing

Name Writing is a writing skills training system designed to help students learn to read and write their names for individuals with a cognitive disability. By breaking name writing down into specific basic skills, this proven program teaches students to "draw" their own first names from memory. The program consists of three instructional units: Letter Order - arranging letters in a specific order; Stencil Use - recognizing that particular marks in a consistent pattern hace special meaning; and T

Edmark Puzzlemaker

Edmark PuzzleMaker is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to provide practice in figure ground discrimination, problem solving and understanding spatial relationships for children with a developmental or physical disability. The Edmark PuzzleMaker scrambles the image and (if selected) starts the game clock, setting the stage for the challenge of moving the pieces back to their proper screen position. You may select one of 12 pre-loaded illustrations, or create and import your own. Spe

Kid's Typing

Kid's Typing is a typing instruction program designed to instruct students in proper typing skills for children with developmental or physical disabilities. Spooky, the ghost, guides students through the program and creates new lessons based on students' accuracy and speed. He starts with simple exercises that teach the locations of the keys and advances students through exercises and games that concentrate on problem areas. The faster students type, the more fun Spooky creates, keeping accuracy

Putt-Putt Joins The Parade

Putt-Putt Joins the Parade is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. Students help Putt-Putt tackle the local car wash, explore a toy store, rescue a lost puppy, and more, before heading to his front row spot in the parade. Students have direct control over the actions in the interactive story, which offers activities and logic puzzles to challenge the individual. Outcomes will

Putt-Putt Goes To The Moon

Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to develop logic and critical thinking skills for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. Students help Putt-Putt and Rover, who accidentally land on the moon, rebuild a rocket and accomplish a few good deeds for the Moon People before they can return home. Hundreds of secret click points turn Putt-Putt into an animated story that unfolds under students' direction with a variety of outcomes. This program is a

Pocket & Tails Go Exploring

Pocket & Tails Go Exploring is a cognitive and perceptual skills training program designed to teach alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. Two Wanderoos lead students into a learning plaufround where the sights and sounds of the world are brought to life. As students explore, they learn about the environment, plants, water life, animal habitats, mountains, fields, wetlands, glaciers, transportation and locomotion. Students can fill a mul

Zurk's Rainforest Lab

Zurk's Rainforest Lab is an academic tutorial program designed to develop language, life science, math and thinking skills for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. Through exploring the Central American rainforest, students will sharpen reading, writing and critical thinking skills, while learning basic math, geometry and life science. On their adventures, students engage in five activities including completing pattern puzzles, classifying animals, and searching for camouflag

Zurk's Learning Safari

Zurk's Learning Safari is an academic tutorial program designed to introduce cognitive skills for life science, math and pre-reading for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. Zurk leads students through seven activities that range from exploring the animal kingdom, to swimming in a bowl of alphabet soup, to completing colorful puzzles. The program offers open-ended, explore and discover learning. Students learn shapes, colors, patterns, and upper and lower case letters; sharpe

Slimtown

SlimTown is an academic tutorial program designed to enhance problem solving skills for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. This program allows students to build and manage a small town and influence the lives of the people who live in SlimTown. Students create their towns by placing streets, bike paths and buildings, and adding their own animated kids and adults. As the town grows, it uses up water and trees and produces garbage, giving students an easy way to understand an

The Backyard

The Backyard is an academic tutorial program designed to allow students to explore science and social skills for children with a developmental or physical disability. Children learn about animals, discovering that each one has a preferred habitat with a particular kind of climate. They can experiment to see what happens when animals interact. Other activities acquaint students with the concept of life cycles, where they can see a caterpillar turn into a butterfly. Activities in the Teacher's Gui

Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? Junior Detective Version

"Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?" is a memory improvement tutorial program designed to introduce world geography for students who have a developmental or physical disability. Students chase Carmen and her V.I.L.E. henchmen through seven regions of the world while using their deductive reasoning skills to determine each move. The program is icon-based and does not require reading skills. With the use of visual skills rather than text-based clues, students develop memory and matching skills

Readingmaze

ReadingMaze is a language tutorial program designed to introduce early reading skills and vocabulary for individuals who are developmentally or physically disabled. Students learn by solving picture, letter, word and sentence problems. ReadingMaze includes over 350 levels of learning and cover eight different skill areas including: matching letters and pictures; understanding simple sentences; following instructions; identifying incomplete sentences; identifying true/false statements; following

Treehouse

Treehouse is a language and math tutorial program that is designed to encourage creativity, exploration, deductive reasoning and strategic thinking for students with a developmental or physical disability. Students explore the hideaway by clicking on objects which sometimes lead into deeper educational game levels of the program. The Sentence Theater focuses on sentence structure; several activities are centered around music and the instruments of an orchestra. Others concentrate on math, money,

Explore-A-Story

Explore-A-Story is an academic tutorial program designed to stimulate and develop comprehension, vocabulary and writing skills for individuals who have a cognitive or physical disability. Students are motivated to read, to imagine and to write and stage their own stories using scenes and characters in the books and software. First, they read an illustrated story book as they watch it unfold on the computer screen. They can change the screen by moving characters and objects to create new scenes.

Explore-A-Classic Series

Explore-A-Classic Series is a reading tutorial program designed to allow children to explre and recreate classic stories for individuals who have a cognitive or physical disability. The programs use animated graphics to make popular children's classics come alive and give beginning readers a chance to shape their own literacy adventures. Three programs are available in a set or individually: The Three Little Pigs; Stone Soup; and The Princess and The Pea. Each program is TouchWindow (see separat

Kid Works 2

Kid Works 2 is a reading tutorial program designed to teach children to write and illustrate their own story for individuals with a developmental or physical disability. This program combines a word processor and picture dictionary with paint tools, rubber stamps, and icons that allow students to express themselves through words and pictures as they write original stories. A simple click of the mouse changes words into pictures and pictures into words. The Story illustrator lets the students "pa

Write This Way

Write This Way is a voice output word processor program designed to provide word processing for students with learning, hearing, or physical disabilities. The versatile word processing program is designed to recognize the specific language problems experienced most often by learning and hearing disabled students. Students will be able to concentrate on the development of the writing skills they need for success in school. A built in dictionary and grammar checker highlight spelling and grammatic

Key Words: Special Needs Version

Key Words: Special Needs Version is a typing instruction program designed to introduce and enhance keyboarding skills for children with developmental or physical disabilities. Key Words teaches students to learn to type using fun phrases, written by a children's poet. Exercises replicate patterns that occur most often and naturally, using simplified letter and word patterns in small passages. Short activities, a scrolling interface and fun language, and color graphics hold students' attention. T

Multisensory Math

Multisensory Math is a math tutorial program designed to teach basic arithmetic and number recognition through sight, sound and touch for individuals with a developmental or physical disablity. Accessibility is achieved by using the TouchWindow (see separate entry) and the human quality voice of the Echo Speech Processor (see separate entry), allowing non-readers to run the entire series of disks with a far greater degree of independence. There are eleven different programs including Know Your N

My First Colorforms Computer Fun Set

My First Colorforms Computer Fun Set is a drawing program designed to let children express themselves visually for individuals with a cognitive or physical disability. By placing instantly recognizable, pre-drawn objects on colorful backgrounds, students can create, listen to and interact with their own pictures. The program provides a palette of "stick-ons" from a variety of themes including animals, trees, weather and the alphabet. Students can choose a background, or create their own, and eac

The Miliken Story Teller

The Miliken Story Teller is a reading comprehension skills program designed to intorduce children to story reading and writing for individuals who have a cognitive or physical disability. Children can follow the stories as they come to life on the screen, while listening to the text read by a human voice. The program combines speech, graphics, and animation in three classic children's tales to capture students' attention. Little Red Riding Hood, The Ugly Duckling and Henny Penny are read in huma

Reading Milestones Levels 1,2,3

Reading Milestones Levels 1, 2, 3 are language tutorial programs designed to teach important words and simple sentence structure while building a solid foundation for reading for children with learning or developmental disbilities as well as those with hearing disabilities. This program introduces simple vocabulary, sentence structures, and comprehension skills. The Readers and Workbook exercises focus first on words, then phrases, sentences, and finallly the story. Information is presented slow

Reading Milestones Levels 4,5,6

Reading Milestones Levels 4, 5, 6 are language tutorial programs designed to expand vocabulary and sentence structure comprehension while reinforcing words learned in Levels 1,2 and 3 (see separate entry) for children with learning or developmental disbilities as well as those with hearing disabilities. This program is designed to expose students to a variety of literature and increase comprehension. They are challenged to think more deeply and abstractly about what they are reading. Information

Reading Milestones Levels 7, 8

Reading Milestones Levels 7, 8 are language tutorial programs designed to expand vocabulary and sentence structure comprehension while reinforcing words learned in Levels 1,2,3 and 4,5,6 (see separate entries) for children with learning or developmental disbilities as well as those with hearing disabilities. In this series, stories are more complex and new words are increasingly more challenging. It is designed to bring children to a fourth grade reading level. There are 10 different readers and

Reading Bridge

The Reading Bridge is a language tutorial program designed to introduce vocabulary and sentence structure for individuals with a hearing or developmental disability. This series is designed to make the transition Reading Milestones Level 8 (see separate entry) to sixth grade basal books. It provides students with a firm foundation in vocabulary and concept development as well as study and comprehension skills. Divided into two levels, each of the four books in the Reading Bridge program consists

Social Skills For Adults With Severe Retardation

Social Skills for Adults With Severe Retardation is a behavior training program designed to measure and teach socially appropriate behavior for individuals with severe retardation. This unique inventory and training program provides the techniques necessary for teaching appropriate social behavior. The program contains evaluation tools, record keeping forms, and detailed training objectives and techniques to teach ten key social skills. Skills taught include: demonstrating appropriate physical i

Sign/word Flash Cards

Sign/Word Flash Cards are sign language training cards designed to teach functional signed English vocabulary for those who have or those who work with individuals who have hearing disabilities. Over 500 cards provide a basic functional Signed English vocabulary in an easy-to-learn format. Each sign/word was carefully chosed from the Popper Word List (previously known as the Dolch Sight Vocabulary List) and key words from the Signed English Starter. The set also includes the American Manual alph

Simply Cooking

Simply Cooking is a cookbook designed simple cooking instructions for individuals who may have limited or no reading skills. The easy-to-use cooking guide with 45 recipes is divided into steps that are simply described and fully illustrated. The recipes are arranged from simple to more complex dishes, and a suggested menu list outlines the preparation and cooking times of each item. Preparation symbols and utensil lists are included and each recipe begins with an illustrated ingredients list. Th

Project More: Personal Care Series & Taking Care Of Simple Injury Series

Project More is an independent living skills tutorial designed to provide short sequential steps to perform basic personal care routines for individuals with a developmental disability. The ultimate objective of teaching step-by-step procedures is to enhance self sufficency and independence. It comes with complete guides that contain all the procedures and tips you need to help a student master these important skills. Each module covers teacher instructions, teaching strategies, correction proce

Reading Free Vocational Interest Inventory

Reading Free Vocational Interest Inventory is a vocational planning program designed to determine vocational interests for students in special education who are mentally disabled and learning disabled. Designed as a non-reading (requires no verbal symbols or written statements) vocational preference test, this book aids educators in curriculum planning, vocational counseling, and job placement for students from age 13 to adult. The inventory provides systematic information on the range of intere

Prevocational Tasks

Prevocational Tasks is a prevocational job skills training system designed to teach entry level job skills to the developmentally disabled for anyone involved in vocational training for these students. It includes 50 tasks divided into eight sections: Packaging Tasks, Sorting Tasks, Assembling and Packaging Tasks, Paper Tasks, Filing Tasks, Matching and Reproducing Tasks, Electronic Tasks and Miscellaneous Tasks. Each task includes prerequisite skills, a list of materials needed, and instruction

Telephone Skills Cassettes

Telephone Skills Cassettes is a telephone skils training system designed to simulate job skills using the telephone in business for individuals with a developmental disability. It introduces basic telphone uses that may be encountered in an entry-level job. Six different work sample cassettes include: Taking Messages, Making Appointments, Fast Food Orders, Restaurant Orders, Business Orders, and Consumer Orders. A complete kit includes a Teacher's Guide with Answer Key, Instructional Objective

On Time Story Problems

On Time Story Problems is a time skills tutorial program designed to teach time telling skills for students with cognitive disabilities. This program teaches time telling using analog and digital clock faces with two sets of story problem cards. Students learn to relate clock times with the real world and solve story problems about real-time activities. Grades K-1 focuses on times to the hour and half-hour. Grades 1-2 progresses to quarter hour and elapsed time. Each set includes 13 activity car

Signs Of Our Times

Signs Of Our Times is an independent living skills tutorial workbook designed to teach children with developmental delays how to read vital messages in everday signs. The workbook is designed in a cartoon format to make it fun and easy for children to learn basic street signs and their meanings. They will learn the importance of observing street signs and practicing other good safety habits. The package includes 15 workbooks and 15 sheets of full color Sign Stickers.

Thinkin Things Collection 1

Thinkin' Things Collection I is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to develop a wide range of thinking skills including visual and auditory memory, visual and discrimination, and logic and creativity for children who are developmentally delayed. The program offers six activities where students make logical comparisons, work with attributes, deduce "secret rules," and repeat and improvise musical patterns and tunes. Flying Spheres and Flying Shapes allow students to experiment with spat

Imagination Express

Imagination Express is a language tutorial program designed to provide language development, cooperative learning, whole language writing and reading, theme based instruction and vocabulary development for children with a developmental disability. The interactive story book maker allows students to create everything from one-page picture stories to printed masterpieces to talking electronic books. Students can add animation, text, narration, and music using the CD-ROM theme packs "Destination: R

Sammy's Science House

Sammy's Science House is an academic tutorial program designed to build early science skills for children with physical or cognitive disabilities. The program is designed to develop important skills and thought processes for scientific learning including sorting, sequencing, and problem solving. Students will expand their science vocabulary as they learn about plants, animals, seasons and weather. They also observe, classify, construct, compare, and experiment. All directions are graphical or sp

Words Around Me

Words Around Me is a language tutorial program designed to teach vocabulary words grouped according to theme for pre-kindergarten thourgh sixth grade children with a developmental or physical disability. Words are represented with realistic on-screen photographs, animated graphics and human voices, and introduced by a humorous character who provides plenty of positive reinforcement. A flexible student management system allows teachers to record student progress and customize the progress for ind

Kiddesk

KidDesk is a desktop program designed with interactive desk accessories for children who have a developmental or physical disability. It is a hard disk security program that allows students to individualize their desktops and launch their own programs without being to able to access system functions that are off limits. An adult code is necessary to reach the hard disk and system functions. Features include six themes for personalization, a Talking Clock, Printable Calendar, Working Calculator,

Thinkin Things Collection 3

Thinkin Things Collection 3 is a computer instruction program designed to build students' thinking and problem solving skills for individuals with a developmental disability. This program will challenge students to develop logical reasoning, analyze and synthesize information, explore elementary computer programming concepts, experiment with physics properties and build key problem solving skills. It allows students to learn how to observe, investigate, and solve problems more efficiently and ef

Thinkin Things Collection 2

Thinkin' Things Collection 2 is a perceptual training program designed to help students build higher level thinking skills for children who have a learning disability. This program is available in the original disk version or the new CD-ROM format, and contains the same familiar characters from Thinkin' Things Collection 1. It is designed to help students learn to read and write rhymes and recognize symbol/sound relationships. There are also games to develop their memory, listening and observati

Stickybear Math Town

Stickybear Math Town is a math tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade who have learning disabilities. This program provides students with math practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and word problems. The program features six Math Town locations as the background for math problems and multiple levels of difficulty which keep the activities challenging. Students can sharpen their basic skills by solving problems vertically and horizon

Dr. Peet's Picture / Writer

Dr. Peet's Picture / Writer is an academic tutorial program designed to develop early sight words, encourage simple sentence writing, promote hand/eye computer skills and nurture creativity for children who are developmentally disabled. This program joins writing and reading naturally. It guides first writers in creating simple sentences about things that are interesting to them. They simply click the mouse on pictures of people, clothes, vehicles, food, toys and music. The pictures turn into ta

Stickybear Early Learning Activities

Stickybear Early Learning Activities is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through first grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program features six separate learning activities with animation and sound which provide skills practice in the alphabet, counting, writing, shapes, opposites, and colors. The Alphabet activity provides a word, letter, and animation for every letter of the alphabet. The Counting activity he

Plate Switch

The Plate Switch is a pressure switch designed to create computer access for individuals with a physical disability. This general purpose switch requires three ounces of pressure to activate and can be used with a chin or head mount. A "click" sound provides auditory feedback. Rubber feet make the switch ideal for desktop use. The switch comes with a black 69 inch cable and 3.5 millimeter plugs at either end. DIMENSIONS: Switch measures 3-7/8 x 2 x 1-1/8 inches. Jack size is 3.5 millimeters. COL

Blocks In Motion

Blocks In Motion is a perceptual training program designed to offer an opportunity to create animated pictures from shapes and colors for persons with cognitive disabilities. This computer program can help to build a variety of skills: (1) creative thinking; (2) manipulation; (3) cause and effect; (4) problem solving; (5) spatial relations; and (6) analytical thinking. It is constructed with manipulative building blocks (circles, squares, triangles and many others) displayed at the top of the sc

Ukandu Little Books: A Day At Play, Out And About

UKanDu Little Books is a story writing software program series designed to help build literary skills for children. "A Day at Play" and "Out and About" each feature three, four-paged animated stories designed to be finished by the user. On each page, the user is challenged to complete each sentence and is given two words to choose from. The program also features auditory cues, speech and sounds, built-in single-switch access, and all pages automatically print on one page. The user is also given

Race The Clock

Race The Clock is an academic tutorial program designed to develop memory skills with verbs and word matching for individuals with a developmental disability. This program improves concentration skills, expands memory capabilities, improves verb vocabulary and builds quick response. It also teaches picture/picture, picture/word and word/word matching. There are five different options for customizing the program to the child's needs. COMPATIBILITY: APPLE, IBM. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Available for M

Millie's Math House

Millie's Math House is an academic tutorial program designed to teach math concepts to individuals who have a learning disability. It has lively characters, colorful graphics and music to capture children's imaginations while they learn fundamental skills and concepts in six interactive activities. Reading is not required because all of the instructions and feedback are spoken or represented graphically. Students learn by experimenting with numbers, patterns, and shapes. The program has built in

Math Rabbit

Math Rabbit is an academic program designed to build early math skills while enriching appreciation of numbers for individuals who are developmentally handicapped. Students explore basic number concepts and develop skills in counting, adding, subtracting, and recognizing number relationships and patterns. They begin by matching sets of objects to numbers, then progress to adding and subtracting numbers up to 18. At the most advanced level, students add and subtract two-digit numbers. Program com

Look 'n Cook Program (Model Lc-10F)

The Look 'n Cook Program, model LC-10F, is a picture-based independent living skills tutorial designed to teach basic cooking skills to people with cognitive disabilities. The program includes the Look 'n Cook Cookbook, model LC-01F ($39); Look 'n Cook Lesson Plans, model LC-02F ($29), and the Look 'n Cook video program, model LC-03F ($69). The 100-page cookbook contains 80 recipes, ranging from main dishes to desserts, and many illustrate convenience foods such as canned soup and frozen dinners

Switch Intro

Switch Intro is a control switch training program designed to develop switch use capabilites and to build cause and effect skills for persons with cognitive and physical disabilities. This program includes animated activities such as (1) Colors; (2) Piece-by-Piece; (3) Hidden Pictures; (4) Step-by-Step; (5) Willy the Worm; (6) Make It Sound; (7) Start to Scan; and (8) Match Scan. The activities are designed to offer varying difficulty levels. Options are available for changing scan speeds, choic

Small Parts Training Program (Model 5403)

The Small Parts Training Program is a training system designed to develop job-related skills with hands on training for individuals with a developmental disability. This training program contains hundreds of nuts, bolts and washers, plus olastic sorting bins, plastic bags, various job descriptions and an instrustor's manual. The program allows the teacher to establish a training program in an environment that allows for student observation, evaluation of work behaviors and assistance in correcti

Hit 'n Time

Hit 'N Time is a control switch training program designed to develop visual tracking skills and build reaction time for persons with physical disabilities. Children practice switch, mouse or keyboard skills; cause and effect; choice making and timing. The activities, for this animated computer program, include pressing the switch at the right time to catch floating balloons, tell a parachutist when to jump, and reveal a picture behind a brick wall. There are two levels of difficulty to choose fr

Stickybear Abc Deluxe

Stickybear ABC Deluxe is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed to teach the letters of the alphabet for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who are developmentally or physically disabled. The program features four separate learning activities which provide skills practice in alphabet learning. Students can use phonics keywords to select, identify, pronounce, write, and choose letters. The program allows the teacher to control the presented material, make ad

Stickybear Opposites Deluxe

Stickybear Opposites Deluxe is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed to teach the concept of opposites for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have developmental or learning disablilities. This software helps children to identify and name opposites such as in/out, big/little, up/down, and over/under in three different activities. The program also helps children develop essential skills relating to code-breaking, language, logic, and problem solving. The

Stickybear Shapes Deluxe

Stickybear Shapes Deluxe is an academic and perceptual tutorial program designed to teach the concept of shapes to children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have developmental or learning disabilities. This software focuses on shape identification and the names of shapes such as triangle, square and rectangle in four different activities. The Find It activity challenges children to find and name shapes within pictures and the Draw It activity is intended to encourage children’s cre

Stickybear Reading Room Deluxe

Stickybear Reading Room Deluxe is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through third grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides reading and thinking skills practice with four learning activities. Each activity features animation and human speech. The main Sentence Builder activity allows students to create their own animations by constructing thousands of possible sentences from noun and verb phrases.

Stickybear Kindergarten Activities

Stickybear Kindergarten Activities is an academic, personal skills, independent living skills and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed designed for children from pre-kindergarten through first grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. This program takes children into Stickybear's house, where they learn the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors, social skills, and important safety messages. Users also are encouraged to take part in off-screen activities that foster creativity

Stickybear Numbers Deluxe

Stickybear Numbers Deluxe is an academic, math and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed to teach number recognition for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program features four separate activities with graphics for numbers 0-9 and 0-30. Each activity provides children with an opportunity to build skills essential for success in mathematics, and it allows teachers to target specific skills to build early mathematical un

Stickybear Phonics 1

Stickybear Phonics 1 is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through third grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. The program features integrated video with animation for every lesson. The lessons begin with a review of the letters of the alphabet, followed by consonant sounds, short vowel sounds, and long vowel sounds. Actors in the video demonstrate the material, allowing students to see how the mouth shapes sound and h

Stickybear Time

Stickybear Time is a time skills tutorial program designed to teach the concept of time in classroom or at home to children from kindergarten through third grade who have developmental or learning disabilities. The program features illustrated activities with real human speech that lead children through four self-paced sections. Children learn to tell time in hours and minutes with both traditional analog and digital clocks. The school versions and above also come with freely reproducible lesso

Stickybear Money

Stickybear Money is a money management tutorial program designed to teach the concept of money to children from kindergarten through third grade who have developmental or learning disabilities. Children learn how to recognize U.S. coins and paper money as they hear and see how different denominations of money can be used to buy and sell. The program features different levels of activities for teachers to introduce from single coins with simple counting activities up to higher-level activities wi

Stickybear Reading Fun Park

Stickybear Reading Fun Park is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through third grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides reading skills practice with four learning activities. Each activity has multiple levels of difficulty and skills that address both the auditory and visual needs of readers. User selectable phonics skills allow teachers and parents to focus children’s efforts, and the individ

Stickybear Reading Comprehension

Stickybear Reading Comprehension is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides reading comprehension skills practice with multiple levels. The program features more than 30 level-appropriate stories which provide students practice in recognizing the main idea, defining sequence, finding details, using context to identify words, and understanding cause

Stickybear Reading Comprehension 2

Stickybear Reading Comprehension 2 is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program, a sequel to Stickybear Reading Comprehension (see separate entry), continues to provide reading comprehension skills practice with multiple levels. The program features more than 30 additional level-appropriate stories which provide students practice in recognizing the main idea

Stickybear Spelling

Stickybear Spelling is an academic, spelling, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides spelling skills practice with three activities, each with four graded levels of difficulty. Stickybear Spelling contains more than 2,000 recorded words and teachers can edit the word lists for each student. Students build sight vocabularies, spelling, and memory skills as they spell wo

Stickybear Phonics 2

Stickybear Phonics 2 is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through fourth grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. Students learn to build knowledge by sounding out words. The program features integrated video for every lesson. The lessons begin by introducing consonant blends, followed by vowel blends, mixed consonants, and vowel blends. Actors in the video demonstrate the material, allowing students to see how the mouth sha

Stickybear Phonics 3

Stickybear Phonics 3 is an academic and pre-reading skills tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through fourth grade who have learning or developmental disabilities. Students learn to build knowledge by sounding out words. The program features integrated video for every lesson. The lessons begin with prefixes, continue to suffixes, and finish with compound words. Actors in the video demonstrate the material, allowing children to see how the mouth shapes sound and to hear each

Grammar

Grammar is an academic, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program features six self-paced sections designed to build an understanding of sentence structure. Grammar begins with the identification of subject and predicate and the introduction of proper and common nouns in the first section; then progresses to verbs, tense and subject-verb agreement in the second section. The third se

Parts Of Speech

Parts of Speech is an academic, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program helps students increase grammar and vocabulary skills as they strengthen reading and writing ability. Parts Of Speech features 32 leveled lessons with more than 1,000 graded words, all of which are fully selectable by the teacher or parent at any time. Users can identify nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adv

Reading Comprehension Geography

Reading Comprehension Geography is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed to provide reading comprehension skills practice for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program allows children to learn words and concepts relating to geography. This software includes locations such as the ocean floor, the canopy of the rain forest and the geographic Great Depression. It teaches a variety of skills, including ide

Reading Comprehension Famous People

Reading Comprehension Famous People is an academic, reading, language and vocabulary tutorial program designed to provide reading comprehension skills practice for children from third grade through ninth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program features stories about significant people such as Pablo Picasso and modern art, the U.S. space program and John F. Kennedy, and Amelia Earhart and women's rights. It teaches a variety of skills, including identifying main ideas and s

Stickybear Math 1 Deluxe

Stickybear Math 1 Deluxe is a math tutorial program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through second grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program teaches children addition and subtraction, beginning with the most elementary addition problems and continuing through more complex addition and subtraction with regrouping. Animated instructions offer a skill-building tool that can be customized for one child or a group of children. The program is divided into eight levels

Stickybear Math 2 Deluxe

Stickybear Math 2 Deluxe is a math tutorial program designed for children from second grade through fourth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program teaches children multiplication and division, beginning with the most elementary multiplication problems and continuing through more complex multiplication and division with regrouping. Animated instructions with audio explain each new concept and encourage children to investigate new skills. The program is divided into eight l

Stickybear Math Splash

Stickybear Math Splash is a math tutorial program designed for children from kindergarten through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. This program introduces children to math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The problems are divided into six external levels of difficulty covering over 60 different math skills and operations. Stickybear Math Splash features four different activities. Combining math skills exploration with comic relief, the pirate

Stickybear Math Word Problems

Stickybear Math Word Problems is a math tutorial program designed for children from first grade through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides beginning practice analyzing and solving math word problems, and it is designed to capture the interest of users while teaching crucial math skills. Children practice deductive and arithmetic skills solving math problems related to everyday situations. The program features more than 350 math word problems in any comb

Stickybear Science Fair Light

Stickybear Science Fair Light is a science tutorial program designed for children from second grade through seventh grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program provides an environment which allows children to explore, experiment with, and understand light and its properties. Stickybear Science Fair Light presents experiments, both structured and free-form, that allows students to work with prisms, lenses, color mixing, and optical illusions. Historical data is coupled with a u

Stickybear Typing

Stickybear Typing is a typing instruction program designed for children from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade who have cognitive or learning disabilities. The program allows students to sharpen typing skills and achieve keyboard mastery with three multi-level activities. The Stickybear Keypress activity, for young players and beginners, allows typing practice from the simplest drills in home key position to complex exercises that require the full keyboard. The Stickybear Thump activity build

 
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