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Touch It Gardens

Item #: 2093 | Special Ed.
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The bold, bright, text-free screens of the Touch It series will delight students of all ages. Early learners and those with moderate to severe difficulties will develop hand-eye coordination skills by touching various vechicles or road safety signs to eliminate them, as they travel across the screen. Using the mouse, touch monitor, or even an interactive whiteboard, students target and explode each item. The speed, size and color of every item can be controlled by the teacher or therapist. Adjust the pointer size, number of photos, and even designate random selection. The program has color choices to allow you to design activities to develop visual and tracking skills. Scoring and timing are set for individual or group play. Ideal for developing targeting skills, gross motor control, anticipation skills, visual stimulation skills, and cause and effect.

View a presentation of Touch It Gardens:



Garden objects include: flowers, gardening pots, watering cans, plants, hoes and more.

A new feature in Touch It Gardens is the ability to import your own digital images! Now you can have your learners relating not only to flower pots and gnomes but also your own digital images!

Each CDROM uses real photographs and is ideal for all ages.

Teacher configuration allows for:
  • Select up to eight pictures from a bank.
  • Size of object - small, medium, large.
  • Target area - small, medium, large.
  • Choice of pointers.
  • Length of game.
  • Score and timing.
  • Direction of object.
  • Speed of object.
  • Color of background.
  • Import of digital images.
  • Switch accessible including a sound switch.
Minimum system requirements: PC: Pentium 400 Mhz, 64 Mb RAM, Windows 98+, (Not Windows 7 Compatible)

Mac: G3+, 128 Mb RAM, OSX+ or Classic OS 9.
This title is also a part of the following product suites:

Touch It Series - 6 CD setSpecial Ed.
Early learners and those with moderate to severe difficulties will develop hand-eye coordination skills by touching objects to eliminate them as they travel across the screen. Adjust the pointer size, number of objects, speed, and even designate random selection. $239.95vendor image
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