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Making Sense with Numbers
A really useful collection of 9 activities around early number work: Number recognition (1-9), counting, dot-to-dot, dominoes, memory activities, and painting by numbers.
Delightful graphics and animations, as well as speech and sound.
Press a number
Choose a number from the bottom of the screen and that number of objects will be shown on the screen.
A number of objects appear on the screen. Select the correct number.
A variety of objects is shown on the screen. The learner has to select the correct number of each different object. For example, how many cows?
Dot to dot
Select the numbers from the bottom of the screen to join the dots, starting with 1. The numbers to select from on the screen are jumbled up.
Match numbers and dots to put the wagons on the tractor!
How many did you see?
A memory game - count the objects until you are asked "How many did you see?", then select the correct number.
Park the car
Vehicles appear from the left of the screen. Each has a number. Choose the correct number in the car park, and the vehicle will park in the right location.
Painting by numbers. Fill in the areas of the picture by choosing the right numbers.
Fish swim towards the shark! Rescue them by finding the numbers on the fish. Change the speed of the fish with the meter in the bottom right of the screen. See how many points you can get.
Configure the level of difficulty for your users. Access through mouse, keyboard, touchscreen, one or two switches.
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, 16MB RAM, 256 color, 800 x 600, Sound Card, CD ROM drive
Targeted age ranges:
� Early Primary
� Mid Primary
Foster development in the areas of:
� Early concepts
� Mouse, Trackball, Joystick
� Single Switch
� Multiple Switches