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All About Number At Level 2

All About Number at Level 2 is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities.This program uses colorful pictures and animations to bring math concepts to life. Concepts covered include counting to twenty, counting in twos and fives, odd and even numbers, reading and ordering numbers, place value, doubles, estimating, and addition and subtraction. Word lists encourage children to write about numbers on the notepad. The program offers full audi

Fuzzbuzz Level 1: Word Learning

Fuzzbuzz Level 1: Word Learning is a vocabulary tutorial program designed specifically for use by children with learning disabilities. Bouncing fuzzbuzzes and creeping slinx stimulate children and help them develop sight vocabulary and reading skills. The 16 activities include word to picture matching, word sequencing, and timed word recognition. The help fuzzbuzz gives tips and animated sequences reward completion of each activity. The program can be customized for up to 20 students and can be

Fuzzbuzz Level 2: The Clan

Fuzzbuzz Level 2: The Clan is a vocabulary tutorial program designed specifically for use by children with learning disabilities. This program features 20 animated activities to introduce 150 new words with matching and learning activities to incrase sight vocabulary. A highly-structured phonics program leads children through single letter sounds, triple consonant blends, and more. A virtual relaity component enables students to explore the Glen as they complete two comprehension activities. A

Leaps And Bounds 2

Leaps and Bounds 2 is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by pre-school children with learning disabilities. Colorful characters use dancing, buble-blowing, and other antics in six text-free activities to help develop pre-reading skills. Children improve hand-eye coordination as they manipulate the mouse and target items as they pop up in surprising places. Left-to-right tracking prepares children for beginning reading. Stimulating movements and sounds aid in improving auditory and v

Leaps And Bounds 1

Leaps and Bounds 1 is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by pre-school children with learning disabilities. Colorful characters in six text-free activities help stimulate imagination and develop pre-reading skills. Children improve hand-eye coordination as they manipulate the mouse and target items as they pop up in surprising places. Left-to-right tracking prepares children for beginning reading. Stimulating movements and sounds aid in improving auditory and visual discrimination.

Leaps And Bounds 3

Leaps and Bounds 3 is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by pre-school children with learning disabilities. Colorful elephants carrying whimsical characters on their heads lead children into six activities with opportunities for experimentation, problem solving, language development, fine motor skill development, sound discrimination, and more. Children experiment with an on-screen machine to figure out how to make sausages and then squeeze them into a hungry monster's dish. The Mak

Microworlds

Microworlds is a reading tutorial program designed for use by children with learning disabilities. Children explore the house and garden with Sam and Jo, their animated guides. Interactive activities in a colorful environment help develop early skills. Activities include simple matching games, decision-making activities, and early reading exercises. Users can feed birds, water flowers, have a bath, and design a room as they develop mouse control and early reading skills. The program offers full

Matti Mole's Summer Holiday

Matti Mole's Summer Holiday is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Available in a home user version or a single-user school version, this animated storybook incorporates language activities and games throughout its eleven chapters and Matti Mole nods and provides encouragement throughout. Sixteen activities help students learn capital letters, periods, compound words, alphabetical order, tenses, questions, parts of speech, and rhyming

Teacher's Cupboard

Teacher's Cupboard is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Available in a home user version or a single-user school version, this programs draw young learners into magical lands with kangaroos and giants to find the gifts teachers desire. This interactive literacy program offers two adventures to lead children through focused literacy activities where they practice skills such as identifying beginning letter sounds, story sequencing, an

All About Weather And Seasons

All About Weather and Seasons is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Young readers and pre-readers discover answers to questions about the seasons and weather as they interact with the colorful, animated pages of the program. The program offers full speech support and fully supported with narrated instructions and talking stories. Fun, simple games and activities allow children to explore how weather relates to people, their surroundin

All About Ourselves

All About Ourselves is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Young readers and pre-readers use simple drag-and-drop activities to create Venn diagrams, pictograms of eye colors and birthday months, and jigsaw puzzles of body parts. Sequencing, sorting, and labeling activities incorporate topics such as growing up and eating well. Early readers explore the senses and express their thoughts and preferences with the aid of word banks. Full

All About Shape And Space

All About Shape and Space is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. Matching, sorting, symmetry, and pattern-making activities introduce learners to basic concepts as they work with two- and three-dimensional shapes. Audio support assists in developing of informational processing and communication skills. Quizzes and opportunities to write about shapes using extensive word banks cdomplete the activities. COMPATIBILITY: The CD-ROM includes

All About Materials

All About Materials is a language and science tutorial program designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. To rescue the king in the weird and wobbly land of the Green Jelly, children must know the nature of materials from metal to fabric. Sorting and matching activities, simulations of objects floating and sinking, and experiments with magnetism are some of the ways users interact with the program. Special features include a notepad with talking word banks, narrated tex

All About Series Library Pack

The All About Series Library Pack is a language, math skills, and science tutorial program set designed for use by children with learning and reading disabilities. This six-title set offers speech support and word banks make the programs accessible to both early and non-readers. Titles in the set include All About Ourselves, All About Weather and Seasons, All About Shape and Space, All About Materials, All About number at Level 1, and All About Number Level 2 (each also sold separately; see sepa

Fresco

Fresco is a drawing and graphics program designed for use by children with learning and cognitive disabilities. The program offers a choice of media, including crayons, charcoal, pastels, airbrush, and watercolors, as well as a choice of surfaces from plain paper to a variety of canvases. The program also offers experimenting with symmetry and tiling efects, picture brushes for creative effects, multiple paint palettes, realistic effects, repeating patterns, and realistic stencil effects. Fully

Tool Factory Painter

Tool Factory Painter is a drawing and graphics program designed for use by children with learning and cognitive disabilities. The program offers a wide range of colors; special effects such as wash, tint, swirl, and ripple; full control of pen and brush size, shape, and density; adjustable shapes, including rectangle, circle, parallelogram, polygons, and stars; the ability to select regular and irregular areas and a crop-to function; symmetry, color cycling, tiling grid, transparency, and clone;

Tool Factory Word Processor

The Tool Factory Word Processor is a voice output word processor program designed for use by children with learning, vision, and cognitive disabilities. The program offers full multimedia support, permitting drag-and-drop entry of photographs, drawings, video, and audio that stay where they are placed. Text and graphics can be rotated simply by dragging. A large library of clip art is included. The built-in voice engine speaks text as it is typed and the built-in spell checker provides speech fe

Tool Factory Spreadsheet

The Tool Factory Word Spreadsheet is a voice output spreadsheet program designed for use by children with learning, vision, and cognitive disabilities.The program offers full multimedia support, permitting drag-and-drop entry of photographs, drawings, video, and audio that stay where they are placed. Text and graphics can be rotated simply by dragging. A large searchable library of clip art is included. The built-in voice engine speaks text as it is typed. This program enables teachers to genera

Tool Factory Workshop

The Tool Factory Word Workshop is a voice output database, word processor program, and spreadsheet program, along with a drawing program designed for use by children with learning, vision, and cognitive disabilities.The program includes the Tool Factory Word Processor, the Tool Factory Spreadsheet, and the Tool Factory Painter (see separate entries), as well as the Tool Factory Database, Tool Factory Administrator, the Tool Factory Bank Manager, and an E-mailer. The suite uses a consistent inter

Listen Here!

Listen Here! is an auditory stimulation activity designed for use with children with neurological, cognitive, or hearing disabilities. The program provides stimulation by playing more than 90 sounds that can be manipulated with a variety of effects, including moving from the left to the right speaker or moving in and out. Sounds can be activated momentarily when the mouse button is pressed or played in a continuous loop until stopped. Custom sounds can be added using a microphone and the Windows

Kaleidoscope 2

Kaleidoscope 2 is a simple drawing and painting program designed for use by young children with cognitive disabilities. Accessible by mouse, keyboard, or touch screen, the program offers several user levels. At the most basic level, a single mouse click adds color to pictures. At more advanced levels, users can stamp pictures, paint pictures, and create symmetrical kaleidoscope-like pictures. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium or better processor

Facepaint

Facepaint is a simple drawing and reading tutorial program designed for use by young children with physical and cognitive disabilities. This program offers a choice of male or female faces in a selection of four skin colors. Non-readers can build faces by choosing from a selection of features on the screen. Early readers can type in words for their choices and watch the faces build. The faces can be printed or saved to disc. If the computer is equipped with a sound recorder, created faces can be

Claude And Maude

Claude and Maude is a writing skills training system designed for use by children with cognitive or fine motor disabilities. Claude, an animated rat, and Maude, an animated owl help motivate children to practice letter formation. Using the mouse, a touch screen, or a graphics pad, the child can trace a letter in a freehand manner. When the letter is complete, clicking on Maude will cause her to flutter, dance, and wink, and then Claude will tell the child how he/she has done. Claude checks to se

Picture This! Picture Switcher

Picture This! Picture Switcher is a cause and effect training program designed for use by children with cognitive, visual, perceptual, and upper extremity disabilities. This program gives children using a single switch grid-style access to the activities of Knockout and Reveal and Flip It and Slider (see separate entries). The package includes a wide range of activities. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Pentium or better processor, CD-ROM drive, and W

Sequences

Sequences is an academic tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and perceptual disabilities. This program offers a variety of activities whose steps can be arranged in increasing or decreasing. Among the activities depicted in the 30 sequences are building a snowman, blowing up a balloon, erasing a blackboard, and painting a picture. As the sequences are pieced together, children are rewarded with cheers. This text-free program features colorful graphics, audio, and fun a

Tell A Tale

Tell A Tale is a story writing program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program encourages children to write their own three-sentence stories using the 100 combination offered by the software. Each story has an opening, a setting, an actor, and action, all illustrated with animation. The program also offers clear narration in male or female voices, highlighted text, and an interface simple enough for early learners. Full teacher controls and three levels

Sound Stories

Sound Stories is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. The program offers 30 different storybooks with listening and spelling activities for each letter of the alphabet, plus the diagraphs sh, ch, th, and wh. All text is clearly narrated and highlighted word-by-word to provide modeled reading. Webster the spider serves as an animated guide and each book is followed by two interactive spelling activities to help reinforce knowlege. Skill

Superspell: A Day At The Beach

SuperSpell: A Day at the Beach is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program has children building sand castles while building spelling skills. The program is not age- or grade-related, but focuses on development and builds skills sequentially, progressing from simple three-letter words through harder multi-syllabic words. Children enjoy windsurfing, diving and other spelling games as they encounter more than 3,000 words through

Max And The Machines

Max and the Machines is a language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program, which runs entirely from the CD-ROM, introduces children to Max, Magpie, and Selma as they develop skills in sorting, matching, and sequencing. Users move through a six-chapter story featuring diverse characters and families. Colors, letters, words and pictures are explored with a mouse click and rhymes enliven instruction and narration. The level of difficulty

Colorcards Interactive: Everyday Objects

ColorCards Interactive: Everyday Objects is a problem solving program and visual training activity designed for use by children with neurological, cognitive, or visual disabilities. This program reinforces key skills in visual discrimination, problem solving, number skills, concentration and attention, and semantics/categorization. Six activities offer three levels of audio and visual help, and concentrate on key areas. Activities include Match the Picture with picture to picture matching, audio

Maximania

Maximania is a problem and academic tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. The six-chapter story of Max, Goober, Magpie, Selma, and the Flying Boot offers graphics, animation, and music to enliven puzzles, games, and problem-solving activities. Characters often speak in rhyme and each chapter contains matching, sorting, sequencing, and comprehension activities that help students develop essential literacy and thinking skills. Teachers and students have the op

Number Plane

Number Plane is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program features Murphy mouse presenting 21 practical activities, such as Doughnut Dragons and Florrie Flutter's Kites. Mathematical concepts and vocabulary are introduced clearly with full narration. Contents include numbers from zero to 99, halves and quarters fractions, place value in two-digit numbers, multiplication as repeated addition, division as sharing equally and r

Number Train

Number Train is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program features Murphy mouse acting as a guide through fully narrated interactive activities, such as rolling dice and playing an adding game with an elephant, learning about odd and even numbers with Fandango Frogs, and subtracting with ducks as they dive into the water and swim away. Mathematical concepts and vocabulary are introduced clearly with full narration. Contents

123 Cd

123 CD is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program features Wizit the Wizard who dances, cheers, and gives the thumbs up sign as children successfully participate in interactive games. Eleven different activities present numbers from zero through ten. Numbers are counted out loud and all directions are clearly narrated. Activities are designed to help children develop essential skills in the areas of number names, ordering

Number Works, The

The Number Works is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. Full of cranky old machines that barely work, The Number Works Factory needs to get working again. As students build math skills, they repair the machines. Along the way, they enlist the help of UNIT the robot and his friend the mouse. Activities focus on place value and ordering numbers, approximation, addition of two-digit numbers, subtraction of two-digit numbers, addition

All About Number At Level 1

All About Number at Level 1 is a math skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This program uses colorful pictures and animations to bring math concepts to life. Concepts covered include counting to ten, ordering and reading numbers, adding and subtracting, making patterns, developing one-to-one correspondence, and simple problem solving. Word lists encourage children to write about numbers on the notepad. The program offers full audio support

Touch It Series

The Touch it Series is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed for use by students with cognitive or learning disabilities. Users develop hand-eye coordination skills by touching objects to eliminate them as they travel across the screen. Using the mouse, touch monitor, or an interactive whiteboard, students target and explode the objects. The speed, size, and color of every object can be controlled by the teacher or therapist who may adjust the pointer size, number of objects, and designat

Super Spell Grammar 1

SuperSpell: Grammar 1 is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This collection of activities is a sequel to "Super Spell at the Beach." Users accumulate points as they complete structured grammar activities such as navigating scrambling beach crabs or avoiding cruising sharks, and dangerous jellyfish. These activities improve usage of nouns and verbs. The more points earned, the more reward games can be played. This product covers the f

Super Spell Grammar 2

SuperSpell: Grammar 2 is a vocabulary tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. This collection of activities is a sequel to "Super Spell Grammar 2" and covers the following topics: parts of speech, punctuation, sentence structure, and grammar usage. Users click and drag or type to complete activities where they work on grammar skills such as forming adverbs, subject/verb agreement, compound sentences, quotation marks, etc. Every screen includes an "E

Eye Track

Eye Track is a perceptual training program designed for use by individuals with visual perception disabilities, dyslexia, dyspraxia, or attention deficit disorders. Each activity has five levels of difficulty, which are set via teacher controls. Motivational reward sequences encourage the user to persevere with the increasingly complex activities. Printable records show details of activities completed. The four main activities cover all areas of visual perception. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM

Spell Track Workbook

The Spell Track Workbook 2 is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities. It is a hands-on supplement to the CD program, "Spell Track" (see separate entry). This workbook is designed to consolidate phonic skills and early spelling strategies and improve visual recognition and matching and selecting. It is also intended to advance graphic knowledge and phoneme/graphic association. By circling (tracking) each letter in one continuous movement w

Spell Track

Spell Track is a spelling tutorial program designed for use by individuals with learning, vision, or cognitive disabilities. It provides spelling practice with multi-sensory activities targeted toward learners ranging from the pre-school child to adult with dyslexia. Learners work at their own pace on essential literacy skills such as phonemic awareness, left-to-right tracking, word recognition, sequencing, segmenting, blending, and proofreading. Teachers can add word lists and write sentences t

Alphabet Track

Alphabet Track is a pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children with learning, vision, or cognitive disabilities. Students move through eight activities at their own pace. All the activities are switch-accessible and fully configurable to meet each student's individual needs. For example, students may decide to replace the program's built-in audio with their own voice reciting the alphabet and pronouncing each letter. The alphabet arc format used in each activity serves as a visual

Skoog

The Skoog is a music synthesizer designed for use by children with disabilities that are unable to play standard musical instruments. The Skoog is a cube mounted on a square base with colored half spheres extending from all four sides and the top of the cube. The user can squeeze, press, roll, twist or wobble it to generate a sound. The Skoog connects to a computer via a USB cable (included), and it produces sound through the computer utilizing the Skoogmusic software, which included with the

 
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