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Spell Track helps with spelling strategies, visual discrimination, word recognition and phonic skills. Suitable for pupils of all ages and abilities, as well as those with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.
This resource encourages learners to look at words carefully, reinforces correct spelling and, as a result, improves reading and accuracy.
Spell Track contains:
• a customisable interface
• high frequency word lists
• a workbook packed full of photocopiable extension activities.Learn More
Alphabet Track is a motivating and easy to use CD-ROM that enables users to learn the names of the letters of the alphabet and alphabetical order. It can also improve short term memory.
Alphabet Track uses and reinforces the familiar alphabet arc format used by many structured, multi-sensory programmes for teaching learners with dyslexia.
Suitable for young mainstream learners (aged 6 to 9) and all older learners who may have difficulty with short-term memory and recalling sequences.
Switch compatible and suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard.Learn More
Phoneme Track helps users to identify, segment, blend and manipulate sounds (phonemes) that are representative of graphemes in the English language.
As well as being extremely useful in the mainstream classroom, Phoneme Track is ideal for older learners who may be experiencing specific phonological difficulties.
• activities based on the National Literacy Strategy word level framework
• an additional workbook full of photocopiable extension activitiesLearn More
Word Track helps primary aged pupils improve their ability to memorise and learn. It is also ideal for all learners with specific learning difficulties who have particular problems with memorising spellings.
Word Track consists of 180 sentences of increasing phonic complexity, with full audio support, together with simple animated illustrations. The learner is required to correctly track the sentence as well as correctly typing it, with or without the original sentence on the screen.
• encourage users to check each phoneme word using visual discrimination skills
• reinforce correct reading and spelling of high frequency words and easily muddled spellingsLearn More
Eye Track has been developed for young children from the age of three, as well as supporting older learners, with attentional, dyslexic or dyspraxic difficulties.
Eye Track contains a range of fun, motivating activities that focus on the following skills of visual perception:
• sequential memory
• spatial relationships
• form consistency
• figure ground
• closure perception
Each activity has five levels of difficulty to keep learners engrossed while addressing vital areas of development.
Developed by teachers and occupational therapists. Supported by printable worksheets and clip art.Learn More
Number Track provides practical support for pupils with specific numeracy and memory difficulties. The counting and sequencing games provide opportunities to work on numbers from 0 to 20.
This CD-ROM allows you to produce interactive, multi-sensory exercises that can assist young learners and those with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia, with learning how to count in sequence.
Facility to record your own counting sequences and to generate personalised worksheets to suit individual need.
Suitable for interactive whiteboard use and switch compatible.Learn More
Idiom Track features a range of fun activities to help identify and understand the meanings of 60 English idioms. It is appropriate for learners aged 9+ as well as older learners with specific learning difficulties, including autistic spectrum disorders, dyslexia and semantic/pragmatic disorders. It is also suitable for those learning English as a second language.
• facility to import your own digital images to illustrate the meaning of idioms
• curriculum-linked suggestions
• a range of accessibility options
• integrated user records
7 CD-ROMS, all with unlimited licences, for literacy and numeracy skills. Ideal for mainstream learners from age 4+, and for older learners with specific learning difficulties.
Alphabet Track enables users to learn the names, orientation and order of the letters of the alphabet. For young mainstream learners and all older learners who may have difficulty with short-term memory and recalling sequences.
Eye Track concentrates on skills of visual perception. For children from the age of three, as well as older learners with attentional, dyslexic or dyspraxic difficulties.
Idiom Track helps to identify and explore the actual and literal meanings of 60 English idioms. For learners aged 9+ and older learners with specific learning difficulties, including autistic spectrum disorders, dyslexia and semantic/pragmatic disorders.
Number Track contains activities around the number range 0-20. It allows you to produce a fully configurable range of interactive, multi-sensory electronic activities and worksheets. Suitable for young mainstream students and learners of all ages with specific learning difficulties, such as dyscalculia and dyslexia.
Phoneme Track encourages learners to attend to, identify, segment, blend and manipulate phonemes through fun activities, which delete and substitute phonemes at the beginning, middle and end of words. Useful for the mainstream classroom and ideal for the older learner with specific phonological difficulties.
Spell Track provides a quick and direct way to improve spelling where there are problems with sequencing. Excellent for consolidation and revision of phonic skills and spelling strategies. For ages 4+
Word Track reinforces correct reading and spelling of high frequency words and easily muddled spellings. Suitable for ages 4+ and learners of all ages with specific learning difficulties.Learn More
Think About! is ideal for those who need extra support to improve attention, memory, listening skills and specific literacy skills. It has been developed with the older, more reluctant reader in mind, as well as those with specific learning difficulties including dyslexia.
Scenes in the life of Jasmine and Harry are shown in various settings - at the recycling centre, gardening, camping, in the supermarket, at the library, fishing and skateboarding. The user is encouraged to listen and watch the text free animations and answer question before moving on to the printable resources that are also supplied on the CD-ROM.
Full accessiblity options, clip art and records are available via the teacher settings, while the printable resources on the CD-ROM provide full and simplified text versions of the stories, together with questions for further comprehension work.
Age 4 to 11
Create customised science based resources quickly and simply, using wizard style templates! Share your resources across the school by saving as HTML, .exe or SCORM 1.2 files for your VLE.
Personalised learning is at the heart of Science Activity Builder and there are many ways in which the activities you create can be used to support pupils with specific learning needs, including speech recording, making use of font size and text colour combinations, snap to grid, sticky mouse and using entirely visual content.
Choose from a range of activity templates: pairs, crossword, lotto, labelling, eliminator, question and answer, venn and carroll sorting, table and ordering.
Print facility for each completed activity - ideal for record keeping.
Facility to record your instructions which enables pupils of all reading abilities to complete activities independently.
Facility to translate all program text into other languages, so ideal for foreign language teaching too.Learn More
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