Switch activated colouring in program designed for early learning, language development and switch training.
Extra product information
ACTIVITIES: Contains 45 images of everyday objects, animals and vehicles. These can be used in a number of different ways:
* Display coloured images in turn by pressing switch.
* Colour in images through successive switch presses.
* Hide an image behind a cloud, then reveal it with switch press.
FEEDBACK: visual and auditory. Sound effects can be used as prompts or rewards.
ACCESS: Mouse, keyboard or switch.
INTERFACE: Mouse or keyboard interface.
CUSTOMISED FEATURES: include:
* which activity is presented
* which control buttons are displayed for the user
* how sound effects are used
* length of pause between actions
SYSTEM: Win 95/98/ME discs.
AGE RANGE: Aimed at younger students, may be suitable for others who enjoy colouring in.
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Models / Specifications
Model Happy Duck: One version only
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