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Learn Letters
Platform: Version: 0.85 Megs
License: Free
Learn Letters teaches children to know and make the 26 letters of the alphabet. Using the shapes the letters have in common, the child is guided as he combines shapes to make the lower case letters of the alphabet. Learning the names and shapes of the letters of the alphabet is the first step to reading. This is one of the most important, most basic things a child needs to know to learn to read. Learn Letters makes learning the letters of the alphabet fun and easy, even for children whose fine motor coordination is not yet well developed. Fun, educational hands-on learning.
Date: 2020-11-03
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Light Weight Poll
Platform: Version: 0.5.1 0.15 Megs
License: Free
Polling software. It allows user to pick 1 of 4 questions, and displays a graphical result of the voting.
Date: 2021-09-14
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Listen-Hear
Platform: Version: 0 10.2 Megs
License: Demo
A system to help children develop their spoken language skills, the Listen-Hear computer software program helps children learn to listen to and understand spoken language following pediatric cochlear implantation or hearing-aid fitting.The program, which reflects the best current therapeutic practice via computer, uses a game format targeted toward children aged three to ten. The common aspect of all the games is the requirement to use auditory signals to do the task.
Date: 2021-03-12
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