The Touch Games series is designed for students using a mouse or touch screen for the first time. Those with visual or learning impairments will be pleased with the program's simplicity. Non-readers and readers alike can enjoy the games and animated rewards. At the easier level, children touch an object on the screen and are rewarded with noise and animation. Color and number matching, as well as activities testing short-term memory skills, are great for more advanced users. Ideal for use by individuals, small groups, or in a free play setting.
Touch Games 1 is excellent for mouse or touch screen training. It develops cause and effect, visual discrimination/matching and mouse skills. It contains six activities--touch or click on the Catherine Wheel and the Rockets to make them blast off. Annabel and Honey Bee teach tracking and mouse dragging skills. Memory Doors and Mixed Up Motorway help with short-term memory and sequencing.