Choose & Tell Nursery Rhymes

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Choose a character from a popular nursery rhyme and tell your own story. You decide what happens next! Choose from Humpty Dumpty, the Grand Old Duke of York, Old Mother Hubbard, Old King Cole or Baa Baa Black Sheep. Decide where you want them to go, how they will travel and what they will do when they get there!

Take Baa Baa Black Sheep off to the beach on a space rocket. Or will Humpty Dumpty visit the castle on his green boat? This is a great way to get children using their imagination and taking control of the story by making their own decisions. The results are beautifully illustrated, always entertaining and delightfully comical!

    Also features auditory scanning.


    Choose and Tell is a Nick Wonham creation

    Growing up, Nick loved reading and writing stories that combined adventure, magic and monsters with daft humour.

    His aim now, as a special education teacher of 12 years, is to create resources that engage and motivate students, enable them to reach their creative potential, meet their objectives and make the curriculum more accessible and exciting.

    As well as a teacher and software designer, Nick is also a printmaker and has illustrated two books with lino prints. He is married and has three children. All his family have posed for characters in his software, but they draw the line at modelling for the monsters.

     

    Specifications and Technical Support

     

    Compatible with: Windows: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10

    MSI Installer Included

    Potential issues with multi-touch touchscreens on Windows 8 and 10 

    You may experience problems using multi-touch touchscreens on Windows 8 and 10 if the user is not capable of performing a clearly defined single point of touch. The program will not respond if the user hits the screen with a palm or a fist.

    Our touchscreen software has been programmed to respond to a left-mouse click. A single point of touch in Windows 8/10 will emulate a left mouse-click... however, two (or more) points of touch will be interpreted as a 'gesture' - a completely different command which our software will duly ignore.

    This issue does not affect multi-touch users running on Windows 7. Windows 7 will accept the first point of touch and ignore whatever additional contact is made, successfully emulating a left-mouse click.

     

    Sku: 34CT02

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