The Fun & Learn House is an electronic pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children between the ages of three and six years with cognitive and learning disabilities. This house-shaped device teaches the alphabet, phonics, word recognition, colors, and the names of items found in the house's four rooms. The unit offers four games: Large colorful letters and pictures of familiar household items introduce the alphabet and word recognition: Leap the Frog's encouraging voice guides
The Fun & Learn Mailbox is an electronic pre-reading tutorial program designed for use by children between the ages of four and seven years with cognitive and learning disabilities. The mailbox-shaped device uses Leap the frog, who peers over the top of the mailbox, to teach the alphabet, phonics, rhyming, and reading comprehension. It also introduces sentence creation, grammar, and early reasoning skills. The voice output toy includes 26 talking postcards (one for each letter of the alphabe
The Learning Sensations AlphaSpinner is a voice output spelling tutorial device designed for use by children age three years and up with visual, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This interactive spinner enables children to "dial up" letters, hear their phonetic sounds, hear an associated word, and more. Once the basics are mastered, children can move to the next level and learn spelling. Users can quiz themselves or simply enjoy learning letters with sounds and music.
The MWD-465 Merriam-Webster Intermediate Dictionary with Spell Correction is a voice output dictionary designed to enhance language and vocabulary skills for sixth grade or older students with cognitive disability or speech impairment, or who are blind or have low vision. It offers auditory feedback by pronouncing words out loud. This portable dictionary has a QWERTY style keyboard and a liquid crystal display (LCD). The MWD-465 includes a comprehensive Merriam-Webster Intermediate Dictionary wi
The Phonics Desk and Phonics Traveler are pre-reading tutorial programs designed for use by children with cognitive and learning disabilities. Available in a desktop version and a travel version with a built-in handle, the system allows the user to press one of the three-dimensional letters to hear the sound it makes. The letters on the desktop version are removable The user can also insert one of the included 20 illustrated Talking Phonics Cards and press the letters included in the word. The l
The Speaking Language Master is a voice output dictionary designed to enhance language and vocabulary skills for individuals with a cognitive disability or speech impairment, or who are blind or have low vision. The system provides auditory feedback by pronouncing over 110,000 words as many times as you wish. It includes an complete and comprehensive dictionary and thesaurus. It features spelling correction, classification of word families topically, and on-screen grammar assistance. There are a