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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exploratory Play is a language activity that uses toys to teach students with physical and mental disabilities students to communicate linguistically by indicating drawings representing desired activities or toys. Color line drawings (included) are assembled as overlays for a membrane keyboard. The user "asks for," "labels," or "describes" a toy or action by touching a picture on the keyboard. The picture then appears on the monitor screen, and the speech synthesizer "says" the descriptive words written below it. Toys corresponding to the overlay symbols are available from Peal ($69). All of these peripherals and options are at extra cost. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A Muppet Learning Keys membrane keyboard is required for input. An Echo II is required to use Exploratory Play with an Apple IIe; an Echo IIc is required for the IIc.
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