Bric-a-Brac: Thinking
Description

Bric-a-Brac: Thinking, boasts a selection of fun activities that are fully narrated and use clear photographs. The activities, designed for early years, help to develop important basic skills. Players have to think carefully to find images that are the opposite to each other, find images that go together, find objects for a task and think about images related to colour and time.

Switch and touch-screen compatible, this title also features an extensive teacherís section. Bric-a-Brac: Thinking, is ideal for unsupervised use.

Key features:

  • Fully narrated throughout and fun-to-use.
  • Helps to develop important basic skills.
  • Switch compatible - Great for special educational needs.
  • Fun activities based on popular themes.

Range:

Bric-a-Brac  

Subject(s):

Early years  

Key stage(s):

Foundation, 1

Ages:  

2 - 5 years

Pricing
Single user:£25.00
3 user:£37.50
5 user:£50.00
10 user:£75.00
20 user:£100.00
Site licence:£150.00
all prices include media
To purchase, choose your licence type and click buy. Remember, we can invoice UK schools even if you order online.



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System requirements

PC: Pentium II 500mhz processor or greater, Microsoft Windows 98, 2000 or XP, 128mb RAM, 16 bit colour.
Mac: Power Mac G3 400mhz processor or greater, OS X (up to 10.4), 128mb RAM, 16 bit colour.

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Screen shots


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The main menu provides access (using the mouse or a switch) to each of the six activities and the settings section.
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Look carefully at the picture in the centre and then find the image that shows what it's used for.
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In this activity, the player must find the two things that would normally go together.
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Here the player must find the picture card that shows the opposite of the card in the centre.
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The player must look at the greyed-out picture in the centre. They should choose the colour they think the object should be.
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In this activity, the player must practise time sequencing to find the image showing what happened next!
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The player must look at the un-finished jigsaw puzzle and find the missing piece.
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The easy-to-use settings section makes it easy to control program, game and sound settings, as well as controlling mouse/switch access.
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