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. 30th Birthday special
Alphabet Track enables users to learn the names, orientation and order of the letters of the alphabet. It also improves keyboard awareness skills and visual and auditory sequential memory. Suitable 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 including discrimination, sequential memory, spatial relationships, form consistency, figure ground and closure 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. Activities gradually build the users’ understanding, as well as their confidence and use of social language in a fun and interesting way.For learners aged 9+ and older learners with specific learning difficulties, including autistic spectrum disorders, dyslexia and semantic/pragmatic disorders.
Number Track provides practical support for pupils with specific numeracy and memory difficulties. It allows you to produce a fully configurable range of interactive, multi-sensory electronic activities around the number range 0-20. Consistent with the National Numeracy Framework, Number Track contains references and suggestions for extension activities. 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.As well as being an extremely useful resource in the mainstream classroom, Phoneme Track is ideal for the older learner who may be experiencing specific phonological difficulties.
Spell Track aims to train the learner to look carefully at words and to reinforce correct spellings by tracking the correct letters of a particular spelling. Word lists are provided from the National Literacy Word Lists but there is also provision to add your own words and sentences to personalise the context. Spell Track addresses specific difficulties there may be with word recognition, left to right directionality and phoneme/grapheme correspondence. It encourages proof-reading and reinforces the technique ‘look, cover, type, check'. For ages 4+
Word Track reinforces the correct spelling of words in the context of 180 sentences of increasing phonic complexity, 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. 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.