WordSpell requires players to drag and drop letters in an effort to form words on a grid, which the computer will attempt to pronounce. MosaicPatterns encourages kids to design stained glass-type patterns using a palette of 256 colors. The designs can then be printed.
ColorShapes requires players to drag various geometric shapes around the screen to form pictures. These pictures can also be printed. Five-In-a-Row provides math practice when children roll dice and add or subtract the results of each roll. PlayNotes allows children to play an on-screen piano keyboard.
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