This program uses animals, clowns, and acrobats to train over 115 vocabulary items and 26 pairs of opposites. Seven activities give you a variety of training options to accomodate a wide range of children. These activities include two-picture instruction, open-ended exploration and full-screen identification.
Seven Activities Engage the Learner!
Two nouns appear on the screen and the child is asked to identify one of them (“Find the bear.”)
Two pictures of the same noun appear and the child is asked to identify each of them (“Which elephant is young?” and “Which elephant is old?”).
In this full scene activity, the child clicks on any item and the computer says what it is (“This is a clown.”).
A child clicks on any object in the full-screen scene and the computer gives a description of it (“This seal is heavy.”).
A child clicks on any object in the scene and the computer gives its description (“This lion is asleep.”). Then the computer identifies its opposite (“And this lion is awake.”).
The computer asks the child to identify an object based on its attributes (“Which clown is happy?”).
The computer asks the child to identify an item (“Which trainer is a man?”) and then find its opposite (“Which trainer is a woman?”)