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Touch either of the two large clear images to see the truck work, each one has two different animations and sometimes goes away to be replaced by a different vehicle. The large clear images on a dark background make this ideal for the very young and for users with visual impairments and motor difficulties.
A simple touch or switch game to encourage targeting or the development of two switch skills. Touch either of the bumper cars or press one of your switches to try to knock the other car off the screen. Clear bright graphics on a dark screen with great sound effects make this game ideal for users with visual or perceptual difficulties.
T-Rex Build Up and Knock Down: Just click the mouse or press the space bar to build up the dinosaur in four stages. Click again to knock it down with a crash. Remember to talk with your child about what is happening. You can even practice counting up to 5. Alternatively, take turns to build up and knock down.
Big Bang Pictures: An excerpt from the Inclusive Technology CD Big Bang Pictures. In this simple 'cause and effect' activity, you just press the space bar, click the mouse or touch your touch-monitor to get a 20 second animation with music. This sampler has 6 pictures in different styles from Big Bang Pictures. Mimic the movement on screen to engage your child further.
Big Bang Patterns: An excerpt from the Inclusive Technology CD Big Bang Patterns. In this simple 'cause and effect' activity, you just press the space bar, click the mouse or touch your touch-monitor to get a 20 second animation with music. This sampler has 6 patterns in different styles. Watch to see if your child shows a preference for subject, colour or musical style.
Mystery-Egg: Wait till an egg appears on the screen. But who's inside? Press your switch to find out! The egg will hatch and a colourful character will pop out. Will it be a penguin, gecko, parrot, snake or chick? Use a single switch, or your keyboard's Spacebar or Enter key. Ideal for learning to wait and press your switch at the right time.
Pick and Play: Simply choose a musical instrument to see and hear it play. A delightful activity for one or two switches – explore the world of music making and sound. A choice of three instruments is presented each time and could include a saxophone, banjo, bagpipes, flute, violin, drums, or a feisty electric guitar. Rock on!
Big Bang Colours: A beautifully simple activity for learners to enjoy watching the screen and interacting with the computer. It's like your own switch accessible bubble tube – watch the bubbles float up the screen. When the user presses either one or two switches (space bar and enter key) the colour will change, accompanied by optional sound effects.
Hidden Grid: An entrancing activity ideal for a touch screen but lots of fun on a standard computer too. Simply drag your finger around the screen to create a line of shapes, while listening to the engaging sound effects. When the finger is released the tiles will fade, encouraging interaction with the computer. You can turn the mouse pointer on or off if required